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Managing Overtime Worked in Area Offices Of the United States Postal Service Abstract In the following report I will be give illustrations and possible solutions for an overburdening problem that exists in the US Postal service Operations throughout the country Overtime is an age-old problem that has gone long overdue without someone or a group paying serious attention to correcting this problem Introduction The United States Postal Service is a large organization with many facets of operations I will be concentrating on what we call the Field Operation or Area Office This is where the public comes into personal contact with the Postal Service either by way of the individual letter carrier mailman or the window clerk who assists with business transacted at the post office Every community across America has a Post Office We are one of the most visible employers in the world The US Postal Service employs approximately 750 thousand diverse people Many different cultures and nationalities come together to combine as an efficient workforce that gets the job done The pay is moderate so it would be pretty difficult to become independently wealthy working for the Postal Service But there are some employees that believe if they work as much overtime as possible maybe they can become rich Unfortunately this poses a daily obstacle to overcome for most managers in the US Postal Service The US Postal Service is a production driven outfit therefore everything is based on production verses cost ratio The average workday for a postal employee is eight hours It does not take a genius to figure out that the longer it takes to do the job the more money is made So the employee that desires more money would be motivated to take longer to complete his or her assigned tasks Historically the Postal Service has been plagued with managers that
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