OPM Gets Some Reprieve from Influx of New Retirement Applications

By Ian Smith – April 5, 2016 The Office of Personnel Management got a break last month from the massive wave of new retirement applications that had flooded the agency in the first two months of the year. OPM “only” received 5,741 new applications in March, down significantly from the five figure numbers that rolled in…

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Postal Retirement Q&A – January 2016 (via PostalMag.com)

Roseanne is a retired USPS employee with an extensive background in USPS retirement, disability retirement, OWCP, EEO, Labor Relations and HR. She conducts individual and group counseling and is able to comprehensively discuss the pros and cons of employees who are on OWCP, disability retirement and regular retirement. Roseanne will be happy to answer your…

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Postal Retirement Q&A November 2014 by Roseanne Jefferson

Good Day Postal Employees!! This is the actual un-sanitized email….(which I am able to do since this employee did not identify any postal facility, zip code, etc. that would single them out). How many times do I say that OPM does a GREAT job considering they handle EVERY SINGLE FEDERAL EMPLOYEE’S (meaning not just Postal)…

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Postal Retirement Q&A October 2014 by Roseanne Jefferson – PostalMag

Good Day Postal Employees!! This month is Breast Cancer Awareness month and I would like to thank all who have prayed, shown concern and support during these past couple of years for my daughter, whose real name is actually Hope. This month is a major check up and we pray, I can come back and…

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Postal Retirement Q&A September 2014

“Much of the beginning conversations we cover, are as a result of the emails I get. I try to communicate information that you all want to know, but maybe sometimes don’t know how to ask (which is generally the case..or you don’t know the “lingo”). Many times I will say form 50 and and I…

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