Asked in US Government, FBI, CIA
How many civilian employees work for the Federal Government?
According to the Department of Labor's web site, "With more than 1.8 million civilian employees, the Federal Government, excluding the Postal Service is the Nation's largest employer." ...
How expensive is it to utilize customer service outsourcing rather than your own employees?
The exspense is all dependent on how many employees you have. The fewer the employees you have, the less it would cost for you to keep them on your payroll. A company with 100+ in house employees may consider outsourcing customer service positions to countries where employees may work for less. ...
Asked in Sales and Customer Service, Voltaire
How many employees work at Voltaire Ltd in Massachusetts?
100000 employees work at Voltaire Ltd
Asked in United States Postal Service (USPS)
What jobs are available in the US postal service?
Many different jobs can be available through the US postal service. There are people who work in the building sorting through the mail to make sure they can get to the right places. People are also at the stations weighing in packages and getting them ready to send out for shipments. ...
Asked in Discrimination
Who is responsible for creating a tolerant work environment to reduce discrimination?
The employees and service users
Asked in Washington DC
How many Federal employees are there in the Washington D.C. area?
According to the Census bureau 2003-2006 Economic Trends report: There are 297,305 civilians 16 and over who live in Washington DC and are in the work force. Of these 47,056 are in Public Administration. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics: The Federal Government has about 2.0 million civilian employees, excluding the Postal Service, and is the Nation's largest employer. About 85 percent of Federal employees work outside the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Federal Government civilian employment, except U.S. Postal Service, November 2008: Total for the US...
Asked in Debt Collection, Labor and Employment Law, Salary and Pay Rates, Idioms, Cliches, and Slang
Why can't postal workers strike?
Federal employees are prohibited by law from going on strike. Hence the reason for the firing of air traffic controllers during the Regan Administration. They work under government guide lines and government employees can not strike. Even though they are not government employees they work for the government. ...
Asked in Hurricane Sandy
Do employees report to work during Hurricane Sandy?
This depends on what company the employees work for, if the organization is open, if the employees are able to work from home etc. Many companies have closed so as not to put their employees in danger. ...
How many Ford Motor Company employees work in Dearborn MI?
How many Ford Motor Company employees work in Dearborn MI?"
Do you know what the Job Requirements For Working in Us Postal Service Jobs?
To work at the Us Postal Service you must be drug-free and have a high-school education. You must be capable to perform the duties of a mail carrier, as it is a very physical job. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
Of the employees who work at stalling printing 90 percent attended the meeting if 63 employees attended how many employees work at stalling printing?
36/.9=70, there are 70 employees total
Postal Service Clerk?
A postal service clerk is the individual at the United States Post Office that works at the service counter, taking in packages to be mailed, selling stamps, money orders, and generally providing customer service to the post office patrons. Postal service clerks also work to sort outgoing mail for delivery, utilizing electronic letter sorting machines, and optical character reader bar code mail sorters. Clerks also answer customer questions about mail issues, and help track down missing mail or address damaged packages. Postal service...
Which is the best courier service for me?
By far the United States Postal Service. These guys work day in and day out serving the American taxpayer, and for that reason we as a society embrace their service. They are as American as apple pie. ...
Asked in United States Postal Service (USPS)
How does United States postal service work?
The Structure of the Postal Service is discussed extensively in the book "Postal Service Labor Arbitrations" by John Zodrow in Denver. Basically, the Postmaster General (PMG) is the chief executive officer and is named by, and serves at the pleasure of, the USPS Board of Governors, as does the deputy PMG. The Board of Governors oversee the Post Office, now known as the Postal Service. Nine of the 11 Governors of the Board are appointed by the President of the United States,...