USPS: Getting the job done – Omaha P&DC processes Postal Pulse surveys


Omaha P&DC employees prepare Postal Pulse surveys for mailing.

(April 6, 2015) USPS employees across the nation contributed to the launch of the Postal Pulse, although one group in Nebraska played a special role.

The Omaha P&DC processed all the surveys sent to employees. The surveys were mailed as approximately 17,800 single pieces, 9,800 boxes and 8,600 flat-rate envelopes.

“We planned ahead of time, stayed focused and got the job done,” said Sr. Distribution Operations Manager Mark Stickrod.

The surveys arrived at the P&DC at 9:30 a.m. on a recent Friday. They were processed throughout the day, and all surveys were scanned and ready to go by 11:30 p.m., about two-and-a-half-hours ahead of schedule.

About 60 employees contributed to the effort.

“Our employees really love a challenge like that. They knew that this was a special mailing, and they were excited to be part of it,” Stickrod said.

The Postal Pulse survey, which replaced the Voice of the Employee, concluded April 3. Beginning in 2016, the survey will be administered twice a year.

via USPS News Link Story – Getting the job done.

Related:  APWU: Don’t Let Them Take Your ‘Postal Pulse’

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2 thoughts on “USPS: Getting the job done – Omaha P&DC processes Postal Pulse surveys

  1. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    Cape Girardeau Area Local 4088
    Office held, if any
    I am stunned that management would ever be untruthful, much less suggest that employees are supportive of something they are not. What’s next? Falsifying mail condition reports, intentionally delaying mail, colluding with OOG to punish and terrorize whistleblowers??? I am shocked!
    [note sarcasm]

    We all know how they are, Bro. Thomas.

  2. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    Omaha Area Local
    Office held, if any
    Don’t believe management propaganda.

    The mailer for this mailing is in Omaha so members had to process the mailing.

    The Omaha Area Local is offering a drawing for (5) $100 bills to members who turn in their survey.

    Many members are entering the drawing.

    Trust me – Omaha members more than ‘get it’.

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