USPS – 01/05/17 – The following chart lists the pay periods for 2017. For the convenience of timekeepers, each biweekly pay period appears as two separate weeks, with the beginning and ending dates indicated for each week. The leave year always begins the first day of the first full pay period in the calendar year. […]
The USPS ELM provides extremely important information for postal employees relating to their jobs, USPS career, retirement, etc. Access the USPS ELM (Updated 6/28/2013) Note: From time to time USPS changes their page links. Please let us know if the link does not work for you.
USPS has joined more than 1,500 companies using The Work Number, an automated service that allows you to quickly — and securely — provide proof of your employment or income. You benefit from having control of the process, since you authorize access to your information. The Work Number can be used anytime, anywhere and its […]
Need to contact the USPS Shared Human Resources Center? Use the information below: Shared Human Resources Center HRSSC/Compensation & Benefits PO Box 970400 Greensboro, NC 27497-0400 Call: HRSSC at 1-877-477-3273 Fax: 336-662-4070 PLEASE NOTE: We cannot answer Human Resource questions. Use the USPS HR contact information above for HR questions, employment questions, test questions, or […]
Change Your USPS Employee Address Keeping your address and contact information up-to-date is important. Now you can do it online anytime, 24×7. You can update your residence and mailing addresses, phone numbers, and emergency contacts on LiteBlue. Log on to LiteBlue using your Employee ID and USPS PIN. Then click on the Change of Address/Phone/Emergency […]
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