Promoting semipostal stamps – USPS allows special activities from Sep. through Dec.

The Postal Service is reminding managers and employees of the rules for promoting semipostal stamps. Each year, the organization sets aside four months to promote these stamps, which raise money for the associated causes: ā€¢ September for theĀ Alzheimerā€™s stamp; ā€¢ October for theĀ Breast Cancer Research stamp; ā€¢ November for theĀ Save Vanishing Species stamp; and ā€¢…

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USPS: Ethics guidelines have been updated for outside employment

November 17, 2023 A federal ethics document for USPS employees was revised recently for the first time since its introduction in 1995. The revisions took effect Sept. 7. Many guidelines in theĀ Supplemental Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the United States Postal ServiceĀ address outside employment and business activities. Some rules have been eased. Employees…

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USPS: Hatch Act allowances – Certain political activity is OK

May 15, 2023 The Postal Service is reminding employees that they can participate in politics ā€” but only while they are off duty and not wearing a uniform. The Hatch Act prohibits federal employees from engaging in partisan political activity while on duty, while wearing a federal uniform or identification badge, while on federal property…

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USPS: Former employees have rules for new jobs

June 8, 2022 The Postal Service wants you to know about the rules that apply to retirees and other former employees. After leaving USPS, former employees may accept a new job with any employer. Depending on what their postal duties were, they may be prohibited from interacting with the Postal Service for a certain time…

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USPS: Rules that apply to former employees

October 14, 2021 The Postal Service wants to you to know about the rules that apply to former employees. After leaving USPS, former employees may accept a new job with any employer. Depending on what their postal duties were, they may be prohibited from interacting with their former postal colleagues for a certain time period….

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