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Going the extra mile

Showcasing employees’ holiday efforts

Nakisha Lynch, a transportation and networks clerk at the Charlotte, NC, Processing and Distribution Center, was recently showcased through the Peek into Peak initiative.

Do you know a Postal Service employee who is going the extra mile for customers during this year’s peak delivery season?

If so, USPS wants to hear from you.

The organization is collecting stories and photos of employees who do whatever it takes to get the job done during the holidays.

These materials will be published through Peek into Peak, a #PostalProud communications initiative that showcases employee contributions.

From Oct. 1-Dec. 31, Peek into Peak is featuring employees who answer the question, “How do you go the extra mile to spread holiday joy?”

In addition to highlighting employees describing their own efforts, USPS wants to hear from workers who are impressed with colleagues who might be too shy — or too busy — to participate.

“Throughout the Postal Service, there are unsung heroes who quietly go above and beyond the call of duty to help the organization serve customers during the holidays, our most important time of year,” said Customer Experience Vice President Kelly Sigmon. “This is your opportunity to shine a light on these employees and recognize them as role models for others.”

To participate, email a photo of the employee and a description of why he or she deserves recognition to Remember: You can also describe your efforts and include a photo of yourself.

Submissions could be published on the Peek into Peak pages on Blue and LiteBlue as well as other communication channels.

Peek into Peak is part of the organization’s broader efforts to empower and engage employees and deliver world-class customer experiences, two core strategies.

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