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Courageous dialogues (not monologues) between elected officials, postal management, postal union leaders, and
postal employees are seriously needed in the U.S. Postal Service workplace about a multitude of issues revolving
around the business, dignity and respect, and hostile working conditions because these combined factors have a
significant impact on effective mail delivery.
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“Our employees have been and always will be our greatest asset and our greatest strength,” he said. “We are the
indispensable means of delivery today, and our challenge is to make sure we remain the indispensable means of
delivery far into the future.”
73rd Postmaster General
|Autographed copies of both books delivered via USPS to the following elected officials:
President Barack Obama, Senator Evan Bayh, Senator Daniel K. Akaka, Senator Joseph Lieberman, Senator
Thomas Carper, Senator Roland W. Burris, Senator John McCain, Senator Susan Collins, Senator Claire
McCaskill, Senator Diane Feinstein, Senator Barbara Boxer, Congressman Joe Sestak, Congressman Edolphus
Towns, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Congressman Stephen F. Lynch, Congressman Brian Bilbray, and veteran
issues along with workplace culture was personally discussed with Congressman Bob Filner.
Ron’s Five Point Plan for Local Union Branch Success
(Strategy to follow with support of appointed steward team)
I envision our local branch union as a space shuttle to the future piloted by a highly motivated crew of cross-
trained stewards who by choice represent the eyes and ears of the labor organization.
These books are intentionally very short stories that get to the heart of the situation pretty quickly. If you can follow the flow and
understand the thought you will see the sunshine and feel the rain in about an hour.
If you don't see something to take action on you will definitely want to make a comment or have a friendly discussion as a forum
for a free exchange of ideas which hopefully will lead to an improved working environment.
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"The postmaster general has offered a plan that Sanders said would lead to the closure of as many as 3,500 post offices — mostly in
rural areas — and shutter 252 mail processing facilities. It would also end overnight delivery standards for first-class mail; eliminate
Saturday delivery; end no-layoff clauses in collective bargaining agreements and eventually reduce the postal service’s workforce
from 550,000 to 330,000."
“What I want to do is to make the post office a much more entrepreneurial, consumer friendly institution so that it can be more
competitive and raise new revenue,” he said. “Their business model is to change nothing and cut, cut, cut.”
Brothers and Sisters,
Now more than ever it is extremely important for each and every one of you to go to NPMHU.org and click on
the Legislative link and get involved in this extremely important election year political process. All of us must
sign up to become e-Activists to receive informative legislative alerts via email. There is no easier process to
contact our elected officials who are the “gatekeepers” to the livelihood of the U.S. Postal Service.
NPMHU sends you an email explaining the legislative alert, you open it, type your name and address (This is
how elected officials verify you are one of their constituents,) and seconds later the letter is electronically sent.
Then all you have to do is forward the link to everyone you know on in the United States to do the same helping
us “Save Our Jobs” before USPS claims “bankruptcy” which could possibly lead to none of us holding our
You and I must make our issue go “viral” with our elected officials so postal issues get the attention they
deserve. If you believe because you have “seniority” you won’t be impacted, you are WRONG! On the contrary
we need your leadership as “organizers” to spread the word and get EVERYONE involved before Mail Handlers
are forced to endure the ripple effect by quitting, retiring, or relocating.