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Postal Service sees more employees retire than expected
About 26,500 U.S. Postal Service employees have taken the buyout offered to members of the American Postal Workers Union, according to Federal News Radio and Federal Times. The number represents an increase from the 20,000 the USPS' HR chief said in October he'd hoped would accept the offer.
The figure represents about a sixth of the employees eligible and more than the Postal Service had hoped for. The workers are retiring early with $15,000 as a bonus and most of them were already eligible to…
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