Postal Service is setting the right example

Almost daily, there are reports of more people being laid off. It seems that most of the people in charge can only see as far as creating a temporary influx of funds. By doing this, they preserve their own excessive pay and bonuses instead of anything else to preserve jobs.

The only company that seems to be run correctly is the U.S. Postal Service. Its leaders are trying many different approaches to ease the money crunch, including possibly cutting back to five days delivery instead of six, changing routes to make them more efficient and even the unpopular item of raising the cost of postage.

As far as I know, there has not been a post office layoff, thanks to the measures that the post office has been taking. I wish other company leaders would do what they are being paid for and try to preserve employees’ jobs instead of just throwing them to the wolves.


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