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.
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.
USPS Jobs among list of occupations with bleak future
Elder care and other low-wage jobs will be among the fastest growing career fields over the next decade. Postal carriers and journalists might have a harder time finding work.
The most job openings, due to both growth in the sector and employee turnover, will come for workers in retail sales and food and beverage service.
Nine Ways the Postal Service Is Not Like a Real Business
The hand wringing about the U.S. Postal Service’s broken “business model” doesn’t fool us. The “dot com” at the end of “usps.com” doesn’t fool us. The nagging of politicians and pundits who say USPS should operate more like a business doesn’t fool us.
Occupy bike swarm blocks private truck at Portland mail facility
Communities and Postal Workers United Occupy Portland’s bike swarm joined “postal protectors” to block a private mail truck leaving the Mt. Hood Distribution Center (US Postal Service) today, demanding that postal management stop subcontracting the trucking of “the people’s mail.