Postal News Roundup
Buzzfeed: Staples Threatens to Fire Staff for Working More than 25 Hours a Week
In 2015, an Affordable Care Act provision requiring large employers to offer health insurance to staff working more than 30 hours a week kicked into effect. Now, some part-time staff at Staples say management has become extra vigilant about limiting their hours.
Washington Post: Can the Postal Service Cling to the Hope that People Still Want Paper Bills?
Many Americans still opt for paper billing despite a preference for online payments, according to a study commissioned by the U.S. Postal Service’s inspector general’s office.
The Hill: Federal Union Workers Rally for Good Government
Federal union workers gathered in Washington on Tuesday to rally for higher wages and fewer federal spending cuts.