Postal clerks take buyout for early retirement

Postal clerks take buyout for early retirement
Bert Socket - Sat Feb 02, 2013 @ 05:19PM
Comments: 3
Thursday was the last day of work for about 25,000 U.S. Postal Service clerks, including five from the Cumberland area, who accepted buyouts of $15,000 each as a part of early retirement packages.

“We have the five from the 215 and 267 (zip code) post offices,” said Cumberland Postmaster Sean O’Donnell on Thursday. The service area O’Donnell administers has 113 clerks, he said.
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2. Anonymous   |   Tue Jan 03, 2017 @ 09:49PM

Many clerks get early retirement package. This show the additional benefits given them for such early leaving the company. The more detail might seen in site the services are over from today onward for the clerks.

3. Anonymous   |   Tue Jan 01, 2019 @ 03:24AM

Mostly people are busy in their life. They are working on their projects. Some people have outdoor projects. They are getting help from others to finish their projects. Some have projects for home renovation and they want to maintain their homes.

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