USPS to survey employees on travel patterns


USPS employees will receive an email about their commuting patterns Nov. 2.

The Postal Service is conducting its annual survey on employee commuting patterns.

Employees will receive an email from Nov. 2 with a link to the survey.  The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Responses are confidential and due Nov. 6.

The Postal Service uses the survey to complete reporting documents as part of its compliance with federal sustainability guidelines.  The results are published in the Sustainability annual report, which is available on the Sustainability site [blue]. More information is included in the message from Chief Sustainability Officer Tom Day that accompanies the survey.

Source: Commuter confidential | USPS News Link

One thought on “USPS to survey employees on travel patterns

  1. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    APWU - Philadelphia, PA Area Local #89
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    Retired Maintenance Craft Electronics Technician / Retiree Activist Member

    In my opinion, it’s best to just delete this survey. APWU President Dimondstein has repeatedly advised not to engage in ANY employee surveys. Besides, it’s none of their business what we do and where we go when commuting to and from work. Let management concentrate on effectively and efficiently getting the mail out and upholding and improving standards and expanding services. Maybe after they reverse the downsizing / reduced service standards and stop violating the contract we can revisit “sustainability” initiatives – I wouldn’t hold my breath though…

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