Posted May 01, 2018 07:24:08The Post Office Jobs Guarantee is a federal program designed to provide the post office a one-time, one-year pay raise, to offset any loss of jobs during the economic downturn.
The Post Office’s job guarantee program was set to expire in 2020.
As a result, the Post has not had a job guarantee in almost a year.
The deadline for Congress to act on the Post’s job program was June 20, 2018, but the administration had already extended the deadline for the Post to meet its goal of having a job program in place by the end of that year.
This means that the Post will not have a job guaranteed in 2019.
The post office said in a statement that it is currently in discussions with a number of states and localities on the best path forward to meet the deadline.
If Congress fails to act by then, the Postal Service will cease its post office job guarantee.
The job guarantee was created to help support the Post in the aftermath of the Great Recession.
It is part of a bipartisan package of legislation that was signed into law in June of 2018.
While the Post may not have had a guarantee in 2019, it was still able to secure a one year increase in compensation.
That means that a Post employee can earn $11 an hour, up from $10.60.
This raises the salary for an employee of about 35 to $75,000.
For the majority of employees, this will be enough to make ends meet.
Post employees have received other pay raises in the past, and the Post said that it would continue to provide those pay raises through 2021.
While it may not be possible for the post to guarantee a $100 million salary increase in 2021, the agency said that the pay raise would cover “all anticipated costs” associated with the job guarantee, including staffing and management.
Post workers can find out more about the post’s post office programs and job guarantee programs on their state’s website.
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