USPS Supervisor sentenced for burglarizing Postal Employees homes while they were at work

The Del Norte District Attorney’s Office announced that Hollie Dale Maready (41) of Crescent City was sentenced today by the Honorable Darren McElfresh to serve six (6) years in state prison for first degree residential burglary with a person present. Maready pleaded guilty to one count of burglary in October of last year in exchange […]

USPS Supervisor program celebrates latest graduates

Forty employees completed the New Supervisor Program recently, becoming the latest graduates of an initiative that is helping USPS cultivate its next generation of leaders. The program has produced more than 3,200 graduates since the Postal Service introduced it last year. The latest graduates, who work in Great Lakes Area’s Lakeland District, include customer service, […]

OIG recommends USPS monitor management performing craft work and vacancies

USPS OIG: Postmasters and Supervisors Performing Bargaining Unit Work, Management Advisory Alert On December 5, 2014, the U.S. Postal Service reached a settlement with the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) for $56 million, resolving a long-standing dispute dating back to the 1970s. This dispute involved the number of hours postmasters and supervisors could devote to […]

Postal Supervisors at Pennsylvania USPS facility exchange blows after name-calling

2/5/16 Updated: Postal worker bosses come to blows after name-calling, cops say Two U.S. Postal Service supervisors exchanged blows at a Lehigh County facility after one called the other a “lazy bitch,” according to Pennsylvania State Police. State police with the Bethlehem barracks said troopers were called Jan. 27 to the Hanover Township location at […]

Update: Question – Should USPS hire Postal Supervisors off the street?

Last month a PostalReporter.com reader wanted feedback on USPS hiring Postal Supervisors without prior postal job experience (or a non-career job applicant). Last week USPS posted a job announcement seeking a Postal Supervisor (EAS-17) in the Redding CA postal facility. The job posting specified that “Current career Postal Service employees are ineligible to apply to […]

Question: Should USPS hire Postal Supervisors off the street?

A PostalReporter.com reader would like feedback on USPS hiring Postal Supervisors without prior postal job experience (or a non-career job applicant). Last week USPS posted a job announcement seeking a Postal Supervisor (EAS-17) in the Redding CA postal facility. The job posting specified that “Current career Postal Service employees are ineligible to apply to this […]

NAPUS: Final Hurdle Cleared to Form New Postal Organization

NAPUS members voted unanimously Tuesday morning, Sept. 1, at their national convention in Mobile, AL, to dissolve the NAPUS organization and join with the League to form United Postmasters and Managers of America (UPMA). Linda Gurka, Michigan Chapter president and Postmaster of Suttons Bay, spoke at the mike: “Mr. President: I move that we dissolve […]

Fired Postal Supervisor failed to convince Appeals Court his disability caused fight, settlement of MSPB case

Federal Court rejects  Postal Supervisor’s attempt to reinstate appeal. Postal Supervisor did not present any evidence  to establish that bipolar disorder impaired his decision-making capability. The facts collected from several cases are as follows: June 04, 2015 – On July 7, 2010, Eric Vaughan was removed from his position as Postal Supervisor, Distribution Operations, EAS-17 […]

East St. Louis postal supervisor sentenced to probation for stealing mail

An East St Louis, Illinois USPS supervisor was sentenced on Friday in federal court for stealing mail. Jane Johanna Emily, also known as Jane Moeller, of St. Louis, was sentenced to 5 years on each count, with the first 6 months to be served on home detention with electronic monitoring, all terms to run concurrent […]