The Postal Service has earned recognition as one of the best places to work, according to HispanicBusiness magazine’s “Diversity Elite 60” — a list of the nation’s top organizations that promote and model diversity in the workplace.
Ranking among the top 15 for leadership and personnel, USPS met 33 variables that measure a company’s commitment to Hispanic hiring, promotion, marketing, philanthropy and supplier diversity.
“The Postal Service recognizes the value and diversity of all of our employees and is proud to be recognized for it,” said Tony Vegliante, chief Human Resources officer and executive vice president. “As one of the nation’s largest employers, we embrace diversity as a vital component to enriching our workplace while better serving our customers — now and into the future.”
Susan LaChance, Vice President, Employee Development and Diversity, said, “We view diversity as a winning business strategy and use it as a tool to deliver results in developing our workforce and promoting postal products and services. Quite simply, it makes good business sense.”