The Office of Personnel Management faces a tight deadline to set up a new health insurance marketplace for Postal Service employees and retirees to enroll in new plans, starting next year.
The Postal Service, citing higher costs beyond its control, is falling behind on plans to reach long-term financial stability.
The Postal Service’s law enforcement division is staffing up to respond to a “sustained crime wave,” and is taking steps to make USPS employees and collection boxes a harder target for criminals.
USPS says many of the more than 50,000 impacted rural carriers have been made whole, and that, “with limited exceptions,” it paid carriers what they were owed within one or two pay periods.
The Postal Service is seeing a surge in mail thefts and letter carrier robberies. But the agency’s watchdog office finds the agency and its law enforcement branch, the Postal Inspection Service, aren’t making full use of their resources to address postal crime.
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The Postal Service’s regulator is looking to grow its tiny workforce to oversee some of the biggest changes in recent USPS history.
The Postal Service is looking to cut costs by building up its career workforce and hiring far fewer temporary, seasonal employees to prepare for the year-end holiday season.
Rural carriers across the country said they received an incomplete paycheck for the second pay period in a row this Friday, or are still waiting on their Sept. 1 paycheck.
The Postal Service is rethinking its approach to hiring, with a renewed focus on getting its new hires to stay longer at the agency.
Tens of thousands of the Postal Service’s rural carriers saw a rocky start to this month, after a USPS payroll error resulted in missing and incomplete paychecks. The National Rural Letter Carriers Association estimates USPS payroll issues impacted approximately 53,000 rural carrier employees.
The Postal Service’s regulator is getting a bigger budget to oversee a nationwide shakeup of the USPS delivery network — but it's not as big of an increase as it expected.
“The Postal Service's strategic plan has the potential to help its operations and revenues, but how well the plan is implemented will affect how much help it provides. The important task of improving the financial condition of the Postal Service remains daunting.”
Payroll errors at the Postal Service are leading to paycheck problems for its employees. The National Rural Letter Carriers Association said in a statement on its website Wednesday that it’s aware of an “egregious payroll…