Report Calls on USPS to Boost Succession Planning

An inspector general report has called on the Postal Service to boost its succession planning efforts, saying that while programs are in place at executive levels they are not well tracked and that the USPS lacks standardized programs for employees at other levels.

It said succession planning needs to be a high priority since 23 percent of career postal employees already are eligible to retire—compared with the 15 percent government-wide figure that has raised concerns about loss of expertise—and nearly another 15 percent will be eligible over the next four years.


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