US postmaster general tells postal workers to leave mail behind if it slows down their route

 

As it struggles to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, the US Postal Service has implemented “difficult” cost-cutting measures that may slow mail delivery, The Washington Post first reported.

The changes, established by new USPS Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, were disseminated Monday in memos viewed by The Post, verified by the American Postal Workers Union, and corroborated by three people with knowledge of the documents who spoke with The Post on the condition of anonymity. Business Insider also obtained and reviewed the memos.

In the documents, DeJoy instructed workers to stop logging overtime and leave mail at distribution centers if it would delay their routes.

 

 


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Why can’t I get packages picked up?

Request parcel pick up on line. carrier gets notice for pick up. Package gets picked up

Leave mail behind as 99% is bulk rate low revenue. Deliver parcels as this is the means to increase revenue
Parcel delivery will increase revenue: as online shopping has replaced retail malls. Companies are closing retail stores due to decreased revenue. Online shopping is the trend; Amazon sales prove as company earnings has created a ,$2900. Stock share price

This is a plan by trump’s hand picked guy to destroy the Postal Service in an election year. Delay mail including election ballots and have public turn against Postal Service, which before new Postmaster General was the most trusted govt. Agency