Watchdog encourages USPS employees to think small

Mail carriers and postal clerks employed at the U.S. Postal Service may soon be asked to keep a more weather eye out for microbusinesses that could benefit from their agency’s special services, as a Sept. 4 Office of Inspector General Report identified the USPS workforce as a key asset to boost that economy.

Microbusinesses are defined as those that have 10 or fewer employees — though they constitute 75 percent of all employers in the United States — and have become increasingly populous with the ability to market their products and services online.


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