The only way to stand out from the crowd is to develop your competitive edge. The author offers some tips on how to do this in your federal career.
How secure is your job with the federal government? The author compares what happened to the city of Detroit to working for the federal government and says it is a reminder of why it is always important to continue to grow within your career.
The author outlines three things federal employees can consider doing now that the shutdown is over.
Sierra Madre, CA letter carrier Frank Rubio says that interaction with people is what he loves most about his job.
Sacramento, CA rural carrier Sharen Byrd recently helped save one of her customers who was trapped in her home.
Sacramento, CA, Letter Carrier Esmeralda Carrillo recently helped save a residence from a total loss from a fire.
Oceanside, CA letter carrier Mike Tom recently helped one of his customers when he discovered she was considering suicide.
San Diego district letter carrier Buddy Siso was recently brutally attacked by a pit bull on his route.
Los Angeles District Mail Handler Willie Clemmons, now 86 years old, plans to retire from his job with the Postal Service.
San Diego District’s Palm Desert Letter Carrier Frank Frary recently received a City Hero award for his efforts to save an elderly resident’s home from potential fire.