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Friday, September 02, 2005

Message for postal employees 

The Postal Service is trying to get a message to its employees: Like many businesses with buildings damaged, destroyed, or isolated by the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina -- and workers cut off from their homes and their workplace -- the Postal Service is reaching out to reconnect with its employees through a toll-free number. First, to make sure the employee is safe; second, to establish contact for future communications. The toll-free number postal employees can call to notify the Postal Service of their current situation is 1-877-477-3273. This is the number for "PostalEase." Employees in a work location that is closed due to Hurricane Katrina will receive a prompt to connect with a USPS Call Center agent, who will collect the employee’s information. Postal employees are encouraged to call the "PostalEase" number so they can receive important job-related information and, if they receive paper payroll checks rather than electronic deposits, so they can be paid. Friends, neighbors, and family members who are in contact with a postal employee displaced by Katrina are asked to have that employee call the toll-free "PostalEase" number.

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