You can help improve your workplace environment by taking the Postal Pulse survey, Employee Engagement Executive Director Kelvin Williams says in a new video message.
“Continue to give us your honest and candid feedback. We welcome it,” he says.
The Postal Pulse survey is designed to measure engagement, which describes employees’ involvement in, enthusiasm about and commitment to their work.
The survey — which has 13 questions and takes about 3-5 minutes to complete — will be conducted from Feb. 16-March 11.
Postal Career Executive Services (PCES) and Executive and Administrative Schedule (EAS) employees will receive an email from the Gallup organization, which conducts the survey for USPS.
All other employees will receive the survey at their mailing address of record.
The survey is one of several channels used by the Postal Service to collect feedback from employees.
In January, USPS also introduced a telephone line (844-303-6424), email address and online suggestion box to gather feedback.
Williams encourages employees to continue using these channels.
“We need to continue hearing from you,” he says. “Working together, positive change will continue.”
The Postal Pulse Blue page has more information.