Workforce

The Postal Service Fired Thousands of Workers for Getting Injured While Delivering and Processing Your Mail

USPS forced out 44,000 workers who got injured on the job. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says the effort, part of a five year program, violated the law. But the Postal Service has fought its workers’ claims since 2007.

Management

USPS Revenue Continued to Slide During the Holiday Season

Postal Service keeps slashing work hours to reduce costs as controllable losses grow.

Workforce

Postal Workers Union Endorses Bernie Sanders

Labor group calls Sanders a champion of USPS employees who will fight to preserve the mailing agency.

Management

As Battle Lines Are Drawn for Successor, USPS Chief Delays Retirement Indefinitely

Various Postal Service-connected organizations want their interests considered as board searches for new postmaster general.

Management

How Talking to the Elderly and Assessing Air Quality Could Help USPS Grow Revenue

The Postal Service is pursuing opportunities, but such efforts are more likely to benefit society writ large than the agency's finances.

Management

Postal Regulators Lay Out New Proposal to Enable Larger USPS Rate Hikes

Mailers say the new system could create uncertainty and drive customers away from the Postal Service.

Management

Postal Service Doubles Annual Losses to $8.8 Billion

USPS is no longer seeing accelerating growth from its shipping and package business.

Management

USPS, Regulator Pursue Different Paths in Fighting Court Ruling on Rate Hikes

Allowing the court's ruling to unwind the stamp price increase would cause "substantial disruption and uncertainty," Postal Regulatory Commission says.

Management

U.S. Postal Service Chief to Step Down

Outgoing postmaster general led the agency during "very challenging circumstances."