• anon

    Make use of overtime desired employees. Fully staff facilities. I understand (as a former Union President) that it’s cheaper for management to pay overtime than additional employee benefits, but in the long run, it makes for a much more efficient organization. Also, you mention decline in mail volume, but not the increase in parcel volume, which I can tell you was quite a lot the last several years. I was proud to have worked as a mail carrier and blessed to be able to retire under CRS. The constant erosion of craft employee benefits will have a negative effect, but perhaps that’s what higher ups with an interest in privatizing the USPS want?

    Jul 11, 2019
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