Postal service reminds employees of the importance of on-the-job ethical behavior

The Postal Service has created two posters to remind employees of the importance of on-the-job ethical behavior.

The first poster reminds workers to reliably deliver the mail, while the second poster focuses on the proper use of postal property.

Both 11-by-17-inch posters will be mailed to USPS facilities in January and should be displayed on break-room bulletin boards and other employee-only areas.

If space isn’t available, managers and supervisors can download 8.5-by-11-inch versions from the Ethics Blue page and print and post the smaller posters instead.

Employees who have questions should email the USPS Ethics Office at

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do they have reminders for management?

If they did, management couldn’t comprehend. Can’t fix stupidity.

Just remember to rotate the reason used for non delivery when doing a stop the clock scan

The mail doesn’t matter, only work hours. Go back to a career work force and most of these issues will go away.

of course stupidvisors do no wrong