Vacant USPS positions can now be filled after postponement of facilities consolidation
By Kalea Hall
American Postal Workers Union Local 443 President Jim Varner remains optimistic about the Youngstown mail-processing center operations.
The center, located at 99 S. Walnut St., was supposed to close in July, but the closure was postponed in May.
USPS is moving more packages for its competitors UPS, FedEx
USPS is increasingly moving packages for its competitors, according to newly published numbers that underscore the Postal Service’s unique delivery capabilities.
For years, United Parcel Service (UPS) and FedEx have paid USPS to deliver some packages, especially for customers in rural areas.
The Internet of Things – the ability to embed sensors and other data collection technologies into physical objects, infrastructures, and the surroundings in which people live and businesses operate – is one of the latest technology revolutions that are affecting the nature of business.
Federal Disability Retirement under FERS and CSRS: The Postal Worker, DRAC, and Accommodations
By Robert R. McGill, Federal Disability Retirement Attorney
Change is an inevitable phenomenon. The anomaly of life is that change is the single stability of expectation.
APWU: New York Metro Sends Delegations to Staples
Chuck Zlatkin delivers a letter of protest to the manager of a New York City Staples store.
Photo: Bernadette Evangelist
The APWU’s New York Metro Area Local sent delegations to three Staples stores on Jan.
National Reassessment Program Discriminated Against Injured Workers
"The time is now for all current and former permanent-rehabilitation and limited-duty postal employees who were subjected to the USPS National Reassessment Process (NRP) between May 5, 2006 and July 1, 2011 to file a timely claim with the Postal Service to seek monetary damages and other relief."