USPS is giving employees more time to complete the Postal Pulse survey, extending the deadline to Monday, March 28.
“The Postal Service wants to ensure everyone’s voice is heard,” said Employee Engagement Executive Director Kelvin Williams. “To ensure we get a true depiction of our current work environments, we’re giving employees another two weeks to complete the survey.”
Gallup began conducting the survey Feb. 16. Bargaining employees received paper surveys at their home address, while non-bargaining employees received their surveys via email.
Employees who need a replacement paper copy should call the Gallup help desk at 800-788-9987 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Employees also can use this contact information to request an email with a link to the online survey.
The Postal Pulse survey allows employees to share observations about their workplace environments. This feedback helps USPS leaders make changes and improvements.
The most recent participation data show the national leader is Dakotas District, where 35.51 percent of employees have participated in the survey.
Northern New England District (32.33 percent) ranks second, followed by Appalachian District (31.35 percent).
The areas with the three highest participation rates are Western (25.26 percent), Eastern (24.98 percent) and Great Lakes (23.64 percent).