USPS: Women’s History Month

National observance honors contributions Women’s History Month begins Friday, March 1. The annual observance, which traces its roots to the early 1980s, honors the contributions of women to American history and the shaping of contemporary society. The USPS workforce includes about 288,000 women, or about 45 percent of employees. “Throughout the Postal Service’s history, women…

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USPS named a top employer for veterans

The Postal Service is a national leader in employing veterans, according to a new survey by U.S. Veterans Magazine. The publication polls government agencies, educational institutions and hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for the annual survey. For the second consecutive year, USPS ranked among top veteran-friendly companies. The Postal Service also ranked among the top…

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USPS wants to go high-tech without losing jobs

By Zach Noble – August 26, 2015 Think your mail carrier can evolve? The U.S. Postal Service does. Kelley Sullivan, an IT program manager at the agency, fully expects that tomorrow’s USPS will have new technology but not, she hopes, fewer employees. “The work that they’re doing will change,” she said at an Aug. 25…

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