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Engaging employees

Postal Pulse aims to strengthen USPS workplaces

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Engaging employees will help USPS better serve the public, Chief Human Resources Officer Jeff Williamson says in a new video about the Postal Pulse.

“We must focus on creating an engaging environment that will make us more effective in serving our customers, collaborating with our partners and helping each of you thrive in your careers,” Williamson says.

The Postal Pulse employee survey will be administered from Monday, March 16, through Friday, April 3. It will replace the longstanding Voice of the Employee survey.

The streamlined questions will yield better data that supervisors and managers can use to put employees’ feedback into action, Williamson says.

He explains how the Postal Pulse will work: Employees are not required to answer the questions in a group setting, and they can complete the survey on the clock at a time agreed upon with supervisors.

Postal Career Executive Services and Executive and Administrative Schedule employees can take the survey online.

Williamson urges everyone to participate.

“You have always been our organization’s greatest strength and we are committed to ensuring the Postal Service remains the best place to work,” he says.

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