USPS to reduce staffing (RIF) of Customer Service and Post Office Operations Managers

From National Associations of Postal Supervisors (NAPS) : The Postal Service has released it’s staffing proposal for Manager, Post Officer Operations and Manager, Customer Service Operations along with the timeline outlining the associated Reduction in Force. In addition, the Postal Service has released an analysis of each respective position. This will be updated as we […]

USPS Phase 2 Network Rationalization FAQs includes some answers to service standards, VER, RIFs

As previously reported USPS is moving ahead with Phase 2 Network Rationalization starting in January 2015. USPS quietly made this announcement last week. USPS estimates that approximately 20% of First Class Mail volumes will be delivered overnight and  80% in 2 or 3 days. In August, Megan J. Brennan, USPS Chief  Operating Officer (COO) and […]

To RIF or Not to RIF

(August 29, 2014) Reduction in force is a term that frightens most federal workers. It means uncertainty, potential loss of a job, disruption, and usually more questions than answers. Politicians (even the ones who want to shrink the federal government) oppose them. So do managers, unions, and most people who write about government issues. Most […]

USPS seeking Reduction in Force (RIF) Administrator

USPS job opening for  Reduction in Force Administrator “The Postmaster organizations and Postal Headquarters have spent a great deal of time discussing the implementation and events that will lead up to the final RIF date.” USPS pushed the RIF date to the first part of 2015. This new job opening for may indicate RIFs may […]

POStPlan Impacted Postmasters RIF Postponed until Jan 10, 2015, possible early out

Postmaster Organizations informed that RIF effective Date Postponed until 01/10/2015 There are a lot of anxious POStPlan impacted Postmasters waiting for final news on the specific RIF timelines and events associated with this phase of POStPlan implementation. We continue to meet with Postal Headquarters and minor changes come from each of these meetings which will […]