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Monday, January 31, 2011

FSS Staffing Reference

  FSS goes online at Illinois Plant "...It takes a team of eight mail handlers and two clerks to operate one FSS machine. For many employees, this is a new assignment, involving extensive training. FSS operators line up the mail, clear jams and keep things flowing while the machine is working, so there’s no down time...." Reference: usps.gov  

Sunday, January 30, 2011

North Bay postal processing and distribution center consolidation concerns

  Postal employees raise voices for Petaluma mail center "...Mail handler Joey Rayos sorts mail at the opening unit mail prep area of the United States Postal Service's North Bay postal processing and distribution center ..." Reference: www.pressdemocrat.com  

Friday, January 28, 2011

Andre Baumann, Mail Handler, Passes

  Andre Baumann, Mail Handler, Passes "...Andre Baumann of Wood-Ridge passed away Saturday, Jan. 8. He was 55 years old. Mr. Baumann was a former resident of Rutherford. He worked for the United States Postal Service International and Bulk Mail Center in Jersey City for over 32 years. He was also a member of the National Postal Mail Handlers Union Local 300...." Reference: www.northjersey.com  

Friday, January 21, 2011

Is the Postal Service considering moving mail processing operations out of the Rocket City?

  Is the Postal Service considering moving mail processing operations out of the Rocket City? "...it would not be in the best interest of Huntsville, Alabama for the USPS to consolidate the facility. In fact, the public outrage over such a move should outweigh any such action. The Huntsville Processing and Distribution Facility is vital to Madison County and the Rocket City. ..." Reference: Rocket City News  

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Postal Early Retirement Buyout Incentives Coming?

  USPS shrinks workforce, changes "...If the goal of 7,500 jobs is not reached through voluntary retirements, Donahoe might look at financial incentives for retirement...." Reference: Postal Newsgroup  

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Former Postmaster General Back at Work

  Head of U.S. Chamber ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ About Economic Recovery "...Donahue announced a new project, headed by former Postmaster General of the United States Jack Potter, to open up global supply chains and logistics for American companies. ..." Reference: www.theepochtimes.com  

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Memo Referencing Early Retirements, Reduction in Force, Closing of Southeast Area Office, and other structure changes

  Memo Referencing Early Retirements, Reduction in Force, Closing of Southeast Area Office, and other structure changes
The Postmaster General has announced via memo, organization structure changes, a Reduction in Force, a Voluntary Early Retirement Program, and the closing of the Southeast Area Office.  

Monday, January 10, 2011

USPS To Offer Early Retirement

  USPS To Offer Early Retirement "...a much larger process that will involve every organization within the Postal Service,” said Donahoe. “As we continue our restructuring, we anticipate that a reduction in force (RIF) and a voluntary early retirement (VER) process will be initiated by the end of this fiscal quarter,” said Donahoe. ..." Reference: www.postalreporternews.net  

Sunday, January 9, 2011

How do I request USPS Administrative Leave for a 'Community Disaster?

  How do I request USPS Administrative Leave for a 'Community Disaster? "...B.2 - Community Disaster You have indicated that your absence is for a community disaster such as snow, fire, flood, or a civil disorder. You must exercise reasonable diligence to report to work. If Administrative Leave is not approved, and you are unable to report to work, Go to B.1.a ..."



Excerpt from USPS* Reference Card [click above]



* Reference: This information is derived from a 'postal reference card' provided to employees of the u.s. postal service. This information reproduced and is provided as a postal employee leave reference resource for educational and archival purposes. This site and the sites linked to, are not affiliated with the U.S. Postal Service and we accept no liability for the accuracy of the information.

USPS Not Paying New Jersey Postal Employees For Missing Work Due To Snowstorm

  USPS Not Paying New Jersey Postal Employees For Missing Work Due To Snowstorm "...The following is a message from a Cranford, New Jersey NALC Union Steward: Postal employees from the Cranford, New Jersey postal facility were told that they would not be paid Administrative Leave for Monday’s (December 27, 2010) snowstorm. The employees were told to use their personal leave to be excused for that day. The decision not to pay postal employees Administrative leave came down from the USPS District Office...." Reference: PostalReporter News Blog  

U.S. Postal Service Headquarters

USPS Headquarters
 
Where is the U.S. Postal Service Headquarters?


    USPS Headquarters Address and Phone Number

  • 475 L'Enfant Plaza
  • Washington D.C., DC 20536
  • Address current as per Google Maps on the date of this posting

Postal Early Retirement in the works?

  "...Rumors and speculation on another postal service early retirement are beginning to flood the internet and post office workroom floors across the nation...." Reference: Postal Early Retirement 2011  

Friday, January 7, 2011

Postal Employment Verification

  Postal Employment Verification To verify your postal service employment, this site will assist you in providing this information to a lender or anyone you need to provide USPS Employment Verification. Reference: Postal Employment Verification  

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Salaries for Postal Employees

  Search for Postal Employee Salaries
Curious about how much a specific postal employee salary is? Take a look at the postal employee salary search. Want to know how much your USPS plant manager is paid? How much does your MDO at your postal facility gets paid. What about your rural carrier or your supervisors pay for working for the postal service. Want to see how much this salary search for postal pay says you are making? Don't know the name or salary for everyone at your plant, simply type in the zip for your plant.Reference: Postal Employee Salary Pay Search

Monday, January 3, 2011

Oldest continually operating post office in Alabama

  Road Trip: Huntsville, Ala. "...few miles west of Huntsville to Mooresville. This tiny town off Exit 2 on I-565 was incorporated in 1818, when Alabama was still a territory. Mooresville has been using the same wooden cabin as a post office since 1840. It is one of the oldest continually operating post offices in the country and contains post boxes that predate the building itself...." Reference: www.ajc.com  

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