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Veterans’ discussion

January event will cover number of topics

The upcoming veterans roundtable will focus on the Wounded Warriors Leave Act, the USPS Employee Assistance Program and suicide awareness.

The USPS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion team will hold a veterans roundtable discussion Sunday, Jan. 22.

The virtual event will provide employees who are in or have served in the military with information and resources beneficial to them and their families.

This roundtable will focus on the Wounded Warriors Leave Act, suicide awareness and the USPS Employee Assistance Program. There will also be a question-and-answer session.

“The Postal Service is proud to represent a diverse veteran/military employee population that reflects the customers we serve,” said Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director Jeryl Wilson. “We want to remain an employer that embraces an inclusive environment that recognizes and values the richness of people’s viewpoints, experiences, cultures and backgrounds.”

The event will take place at 1 p.m. EST.

To participate in the Jan. 22 session, go to the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion LiteBlue page for the meeting ID and passcode.