No Letting Up

The health and safety of U.S. Postal Service employees and customers is a priority. Over the past few years, our office has done a series of audits to determine if USPS management is adhering to building safety, maintenance, and security standards at its facilities.

 

The Churn and Heartburn of Employee Turn…over

Few businesses are happy when employee turnover is high. It’s usually a sign of lackluster employee engagement, and it’s expensive to hire and train new workers. Keeping an eye on employee turnover rates and what may be causing them to rise is generally a good business practice.

 

Get a Line on Our Hotline

Our Hotline was launched in August 1997, shortly after our agency was established, to provide a vital communications link between the OIG and Postal Service stakeholders. The Hotline allows us to receive complaints from employees, customers, and the public.

 

Executive Level Justice

An executive for a large pharmaceuticals company found out the hard way that crime doesn’t pay. Now he is looking at hard time – 33 months, to be exact.

The former vice president of managed markets for Insys Therapeutics was sentenced last month in federal court for his role in bribing doctors to prescribe unnecessarily a powerful fentanyl-based pain medication, Subsys, which is used to treat cancer patients suffering from intense pain.  

 

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