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brandxxmuzic
03-19-2017
09:55 PM ET (US)
Should me as a bid driver get a choice were i want to drive before the multi rate driver if the spot is open
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Tom Henrichs
03-16-2017
07:58 PM ET (US)
I know nothing specifically about the training USPS management undergoes.
Ofcourse I can say that generally it, at best, has been a waste of time. (And somebody's money.)
What management training program emphasizes withholding any and all information from employees?
Postal Pulse Survey Results?
This is information and therefore not fit to be shared with employees.
Again, what management training program teaches this?
More importantly, how can management fail to see that as a mistake?
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Tom Henrichs
03-14-2017
01:48 PM ET (US)
Have the Postal Pulse results been mentioned in a service talk at your facility?
Have the Postal Pulse results been posted at your facilty?
Have you received the Postal Pulse results in the mail?
Are you luckier than most?
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Tom Henrichs
02-27-2017
12:14 PM ET (US)
The turn over rate for MHAs in 2015 was 29.86%, the rate was 37.67% for 2016.
These are national measurements.
What are the MHA turn over rates for your facility?
Is management at your facility doing something to pull these rates down?
Or has management at your facility been doing something that has added to the problem?

Yes I believe facility specific information should be shared with employees in service talks.
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Tom Henrichs
02-16-2017
05:14 PM ET (US)
16 Feb. Link Mobile - USPS News

A nice article about a retired USPS employee with dementia.

Recently I read that retired USPS employees have high rates of dementia.
It's nice to know USPS management is aware of this.
Maybe we'll soon see steps taken to change this.
1406
Ginger Jean
02-11-2017
05:24 PM ET (US)
Can someone tell me how long is training in a straight truck? I went for training and they gave me 3 hours training. I haven't driven in a while so the trainer said it went rough. It went good for me. I didn't hit the curve, I didn't run the light and I stopped before the white line. Plus I backed into the smallest Post Office ever. Which I must say some trainees could not do.. I'm just a great Mailhandler trying to upgrade my level. Apparently it's harder then I thought .
Edited 02-11-2017 06:17 PM
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PMR suspendedPerson was signed in when posted
02-11-2017
01:30 AM ET (US)
Not your friend.
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PMR suspendedPerson was signed in when posted
02-11-2017
01:30 AM ET (US)
Read PMR forum for my post this morning. I want mail Carrier's to know what we PMR'S and Postmasters are trained to do regarding mail handlers. Usps, or your Boss, is
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Tom Henrichs
01-29-2017
01:24 PM ET (US)
Is it too soon to expect management to share Postal Pulse Survey results with employees?
How long are they going to take finding an acceptable spin for the results?
1401
Tom Henrichs
12-16-2016
11:34 AM ET (US)
An update.
PEN reported, some time back, that employees should see Postal Pulse Survey results mid-December.
I've been told that has been pushed to mid-January.
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Tom Henrichs
11-18-2016
09:28 PM ET (US)
At the facility I work in the most recent Performance Scorecard, measuring our on time delivery, is for the week ending Aug. 16.
Does your facility have a more recent scorecard posted?
More importantly, is the decision to post these scorecards made by management at the facility level or somewhere further up the chain?
1397
UB
10-17-2016
11:02 PM ET (US)
Hey Mailman, What's the problem that you want to get out of the union?
1395
BradleyNicePerson was signed in when posted
10-10-2016
09:50 AM ET (US)
Go to HR it has to be at least 20 days b4 your anniversary date
1394
Mailman22116
10-09-2016
07:17 PM ET (US)
Bradley, They are clueless here. most of our stewards have hardly any experience due to the massive turn over of stewards. so asking them is not an option
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BradleyNicePerson was signed in when posted
10-08-2016
05:08 PM ET (US)
Go to the union. They have a form if they don't have it HR
1392
Mailman22116
10-08-2016
10:14 AM ET (US)
I want to get out of the union and my anniversary date is coming up. Who do I need to notify to get out of it TIA!
Edited 10-08-2016 10:14 AM
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