The National Association of Postal Supervisors (NAPS) condemn the senseless act of violence that occurred on December 23, 2017 at the Dublin Ohio Post Office and a nearby apartment complex where two postal management employees were tragically killed in the line of duty by a co-worker
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NAPS and USPS have agreed to extend pay talks into January 2018
Amazon Prime members who have placed orders for same-day delivery recently may have noticed something odd about the people delivering the package. They aren’t in uniform and they’re driving up in unmarked cars of all makes and models.
To help battle the issue, Amazon is rolling out a new program called AMZL Photo on Delivery. After dropping off a package, an Amazon delivery person snaps a photo showing the item on the recipient’s property. The customer then gets an email with the photo, confirming the delivery.
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Legislation Would Make Civil Servants, Postal Employees ‘At-Will’ Employees, House Measure Would Discipline Supervisors for Discrimination Actions and more
NAPS HQ has been receiving calls and emails concerning an article that is being attributed to the Federal Times
Rural Letter carrier union and National Association of Postal Supervisors both respond to the Congressional shooting.
Our Semiannual Report to Congress presents a snapshot of the work we did to fulfill our mission for the six-month period ending March 31, 2017.
The battle over pay practices of the U.S. Postal Service in the Richmond area is about to become even more heated.
By a broad, bipartisan voice vote, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Thursday cleared postal reform legislation, the Postal Reform Act of 2017, H.R. 756, intended to set the U.S. Postal Service on a firmer financial footing.
(NAPS) supports Postal Reform Act of 2017
In a brief statement Jan. 25, Postal Service spokesman David Partenheimer told Linn’s: “In view of our independent status, past Executive Orders imposing hiring freezes on Executive Departments and Agencies have not applied to the Postal Service. We have reached out to the Administration to discuss this matter.”
NAPS had concerns that EAS were not receiving due process rights as it related to the February 14, 1992, Joint Statement on Violence and Behavior in the Workplace document.
The Office of Inspector General is tasked with ensuring efficiency, accountability, and integrity in the U.S. Postal Service. We also> have the distinct mission of helping to maintain confidence in the mail and postal system, as well as to improve the Postal Service’s bottom line.
Chances are increasing that postal reform legislation will remain stalled on Capitol Hill for the remainder of this session, including action on the House postal measure, H.R. 5714, which cleared the House postal oversight committee in July, but has not received a final House floor vote.