USPS is urging employees to complete the Postal Pulse survey before the Friday, June 22, deadline.
The survey allows employees to share observations about their workplace environments. This feedback helps USPS make changes and improvements.
“Taking the Postal Pulse survey is a way to communicate with management what we need to get our job done,” said Carolyn Williams, a Birmingham, MI, letter carrier who completed her survey last week.
It takes about 5 minutes to complete the survey, which has 13 questions and a comment box where employees can share feedback in their own words.
“I completed the Postal Pulse survey because I believe someone is listening to what we have to say. I want them to know this is a good office and I work with, and for, good people,” said Greg Wooley, a Milan, TN, custodian.
Bargaining employees received the survey at their homes and workplaces, while non-bargaining employees received an email that allows them to complete the survey on a secure site run by Gallup, the organization that conducts the Postal Pulse.
Additionally, all employees can take the survey on LiteBlue.
Although employees have several options to participate, only the first survey received by Gallup for each employee will be counted. Gallup doesn’t share individual employees’ responses with USPS.
The Employee Engagement LiteBlue page has more information.