PMG offers Public Service Recognition Week message

The following message is from Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan: This coming week, May 6-12, is Public Service Recognition Week. Cities, counties, states, federal agencies and service organizations across the United States are joining together to honor public servants and connect Americans with their government. The Postal Service is the face of public service in…

 Continue reading

NARFE: April 4 Legislative Webinar – ‘Fed Up(date) with the 115th Congress’

Next week, the NARFE Legislative Department will host a webinar on congressional action relating to issues affecting the federal community. The webinar will bring you up to date on upcoming budget battles and advancing postal reform legislation and how each could impact all federal and postal employees and retirees. It’s important to know the threats…

 Continue reading

Letter to the Editor: Postal Service more than just mail

Since our country was founded, the U.S. Postal Service has connected friends, families, neighbors and businesses by mail. Our original mandate called for an institution that would provide universal service to all Americans. That mandate is just as important to this nation today as it was over 240 years ago. Today, the Postal Service delivers…

 Continue reading

USPS Employee Search (salary database) updated as of January 2015

Click Here for 2015 US Postal Service Employees Search Enter a name or select a location to begin your search. Not all fields need to be filled out. If you enter a zip code, there is no need to select a state. Results show details as of January 2015. Salaries show base pay or hourly…

 Continue reading

Social media and Postal Employees

A Ruralinfo.net Editorial Social media and what employees can do and say is kind of a New Frontier. Basically, with the surge of Facebook, Twitter and all of the other social media websites out there, we are more or less, as a work force, stumbling in the dark. So what exactly are the rules concerning…

 Continue reading