New York Postal Worker pleads guilty to attempted eavesdropping on co-workers

A Watertown, NY city letter carrier has pleaded guilty to attempted eavesdropping on his co-workers: John L. Sullivan, 50, of 1039 Bronson St., pleaded guilty to attempted eavesdropping. Mr. Sullivan, a U.S. Postal Service employee, was charged in July with placing a device in a postal vehicle so that he could listen in on a […]

USPS holding its first online career fair on November 19th

(November 14, 2014) The U.S. Postal Service has immediate job openings for career and temporary positions, as well as holiday seasonal work, at many locations nationwide. Interested job seekers can get a virtual leg up on others competing in today’s challenging job market by participating in the Postal Service’s first Online Career Fair on Wednesday, […]

Contractor critically injured after accident at USPS distribution center in Indiana

MARION COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – A man was critically injured after a machine fell on top of him at a US Postal Service distribution center in Marion County Saturday morning. MacGregor said a contractor was repairing a piece of machinery that loads packages onto a conveyor belt when a hydraulic line burst, causing the machine […]

Postal Workers Stage Protest after denied entry to USPS Board public meeting

Denied Entry to ‘Public’ Meeting, Postal Workers Stage Raucous Protest Hundreds Cheer Wildly at Announcement That PMG Donahoe is Stepping Down Approximately 250 postal workers and supporters protested loudly in the lobby of Postal Service headquarters after they were denied entry to a “public” meeting of the Board of Governors’ on Nov. 14. But they […]

Postal Workers Cheer Postmaster General’s Resignation, Call for Moratorium on Closings

From: Portland Communities and Postal Workers United Immediate Release 11/14/14 Cheers went up from hundreds of postal workers today when the resignation of Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe was announced. The postal workers and their supporters rallied at Postal Service headquarters, site of a meeting of the Postal Board of Governors, and at 150 locations in […]

10 Hicksville, NY VMF postal employees in trouble after caught sleeping on job

Special Agents from the USPS Office of Inspector General (OIG)  raided the Hicksville, NY Vehicle Maintenance Facility early Friday morning. The VMF has been under investigation since June 2013 after receiving a tip that night shift workers were sleeping on the job. In October 2014  a Hicksville VMF Lead Automotive Technician died in a workplace […]

Video: Postal Workers protest scheduled closing of Tulsa Processing and Distribution Center.

(November 14, 2014) TULSA, Oklahoma – Postal workers are protesting to save their jobs and the Tulsa mail center. The mail center could close in less than a year because of budget cuts and workers said there would be major delays if Congress doesn’t step in. The Postal Service is trying to save money somewhere, […]

Senator Sanders: New PMG pursued damaging proposals to cut services and eliminate jobs

Postal Service Revenue Rises as Service Cuts Loom BURLINGTON, Vt., Nov. 14 – Calling on the Postal Service to avert damaging service cuts and job losses, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) pointed to a new report today [added by pr] that revenue for the mail delivery service rose by $569 million during the fiscal year […]

PMG Donahoe to retire in February 2015; USPS COO Megan Brennan named successor

USPS Board of Governors selects COO Brennan as next PMG The Postal Service Board of Governors announced today that Postmaster General and CEO Pat Donahoe has decided to retire Feb. 1, 2015, after 39 years with USPS. The board also announced the appointment of Megan Brennan, currently chief operating officer, as the next PMG. At […]