Have you taken your Postal Pulse?
The Postal Pulse Survey is your opportunity to share with the organization your views about your current workplace. The survey, conducted by Gallup, takes your “pulse” to learn what’s on the minds of the Postal Service’s most valuable asset --- its employees.
Time is running out as the survey, with 13 questions and a comment section, must be completed no later than Friday, June 14. Why wait until the last minute when the survey only takes five minutes to complete?
Gallup sent an email inviting non-bargaining employees to take the survey. The email had a link to a secure survey site.
Bargaining employees received the survey at work and at home. You can bring your survey from home and complete it on the clock.
All employees can complete the survey on LiteBlue at a personal or work computer. You’ll need your Employee Identification Number (EIN), located on your paycheck stub, and a password to log in.
Although employees are being given several options to complete the Postal Pulse Survey, only the first survey received by Gallup for each employee will be counted. Gallup doesn’t share individual employee’s responses with the Postal Service. Information in the comment section will be shared with postal leadership.