Monday, October 3, 2016

USPS plans to hire 35,000-40,000 seasonal workers for 2016 holiday season

USPS plans to hire 35,000-40,000 seasonal workers for 2016 holiday season

"... it will “offer experienced employees additional work hours, as that can be more cost effective than training a new employee for a short timeframe”. USPS added that it also looking to “recent retirees” to “come back and help deliver holiday cheer” because “they have virtually no learning curve, and can hit the ground running ..."   

Reference: postandparcel.info

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