U.S. Postal Service Will Keep Saturday Delivery

By | April 10, 2013

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2 thoughts on “U.S. Postal Service Will Keep Saturday Delivery

  1. HP Shooter

    yes sir, have to keep all of those NALC, APWU, etc happy. Keep service on Saturday for what, to have that urgent sale flier?

    USPS needs to gut its management; it averages 1 manager per 7 employees, the competition 1 to 15-20. There are no layoff clauses in the various service line contracts so thousands of employees get paid to show up at “work” and do nothing. USPS uses technology that is outdated–try getting realtime tracking of a package; and makes excuses up the wahzoo when parcels are late/delayed/lost.

  2. Jan Brown

    It seems that USPS was(is) trying to hang on to the other end of the crying towel that AmTrac has been waving for ages. {boohoo, hep me,and money} “It’s not our fault that we have lousy management and/or corruption.”…And why not get a piece of the taxpayer pie that Freddy & Fannie et al have been gobbling for years?….Who can blame them? This is the ‘new normal’ American way. Now, not blaming does NOT translate to ‘funding’. When this 1st came up I was talking to a postal worker that said ‘they’ were told not to worry, it wasn’t going to happen “. Wonder what that meant? Does it justify rate increases?

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