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Communication is Key

It has come to our attention that a large number of emails are being returned, inhibiting our ability to communicate with you, the members.  If you have not received an email message in the past two weeks, please do the following:

If you have used your USPS email, the system will reject the Union's email. Please use your private email. Rest assured we do not share your email with anyone, especially marketers.

If you have used a private email, make sure that our emails are not being placed in your spam folder. Mark the emails as not spam, or place in the white list.

Check the email in your profile, and make sure it is entered correctly.

Timely communication is integral to our mission, to keep you, the member informed. Please help us help you.

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Boycott Staples
Let Staples know we will not sit by while they take our jobs!! Click on the link to get a downloadable flyer!
UCOMM Radio
A radio station dedicated to union causes
NO to PULSE
The Postal Service is again urging workers to take a survey, called PULSE. Just like the VOE, the Union urges members to boycott this survey.
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Wear your Sticker Thursdays
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Let Staples know we will not sit by while they take our jobs!! Click on the link to get a downloadable flyer!
UCOMM Radio
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NO to PULSE
The Postal Service is again urging workers to take a survey, called PULSE. Just like the VOE, the Union urges members to boycott this survey.
Contract Actions
Wear your Sticker Thursdays
Mandatory Stand Up Talk
Updated On: Nov 24, 2020

Mandatory Stand-Up Talk  

Nov. 13, 2020  

Protecting everyone’s safety and wellness  

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic — even as new “hot spots” emerge  around the nation and new cases are reported — the Postal Service has  continued to deliver for America. We are a lifeline for millions of people.  

As new cases continue to be reported every day, to help ensure your own  safety and wellness, and that of everyone around you, please remember:  

All employees are required to wear face coverings when there is a state  or local order to do so.  

All employees — including those who do not deal directly with the public  — are required to wear face coverings in the workplace when you cannot achieve or maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet.  

You should adhere to social distancing guidelines (6 feet) whenever  possible, including while on delivery routes and at retail counters.  

Social distancing also applies to the postal workplace in plants, on docks  and in lunch and break rooms.  

Practice proper hygiene by washing your hands often for a minimum of  20 seconds. When soap and water aren’t available, use a 60-percent or  higher alcohol-based hand sanitizer.  

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has additional  recommendations as well: 1  

COVID-19 SUT 54 – ALL EMPLOYEES: Protecting everyone’s safety and wellness 

Avoid close contact with people who are sick.  

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.  Stay home when you are sick.  

Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in trash.  Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.  

You can request a face covering or surgical mask from your supervisor or  bring your own personal cloth face coverings to use while on duty. Masks  with one-way valves or vents are not sufficient, as they allow exhaled air  and respiratory droplets to reach others.  

If you cannot wear a face covering for health reasons, you should  immediately contact your supervisor to discuss reasonable  accommodation.  

Also, consider getting a flu shot this season. Flu vaccines don’t prevent the  coronavirus, but they help to reduce flu-related illnesses, potential  hospitalizations and missed work or school.  

Taking these steps will help us all stay healthy and able to keep delivering  for the nation.  

Thank you for your attention.  


 
 
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