• Managing Overtime Postal Service
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    Managing Overtime Worked in Area Offices Of the United States Postal Service Abstract In the following report, I will be give illustrations and possible solutions for an overburdening problem that exists in the U. S. Postal service Operations throughout the country. Overtime is an age-old problem that has gone long overdue without someone or a group paying serious attention to correcting this problem. Introduction The United States Postal Service is a large organization with many facets of opera...
  • The Beginning Of The End For The Postal Monopoly
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    The Postal Service has been a government agency since 1775, and since 1872 it has been illegal for anyone but government employees to deliver a letter. Because of this and many other reasons, the USPS is a prevalent example of a government-controlled monopoly. The United States Postal Service is the largest postal service in the world. With over 800, 000 employees (778, 171 being part-time lobbyists), it is the USs largest employer. In the past few years, the Postal Services profits have risen ...
  • E Mail Business Postal Service
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    An Economic Comparison of Mail Communications New technologies and advances in electronics have always allowed big business to do things faster, more efficiently, and more professionally than ever before. Generally, every new technology is a step forward for speed, productivity and reductions in spending. But, despite this unwritten principle, the coming of the latest E-mail or (electronic mail) communications innovation has brought many pros and cons with the package. Electronic mail could be t...
  • Postal Service Mail System 200
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    New technologies have always allowed us to do things faster, more efficiently, and more professionally than ever before. Generally, every new technology is a step forward for speed and productivity. But, despite this paradigm, the coming of the latest mail communications innovation has brought many pros and cons with the package. Electronic mail could be the greatest thing since sliced bread, but there are many who find flaws in it. We are now going to take a moment to compare the speed, ease, r...
  • E Mail Business Postal Service
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    ... An Economic Comparison of Mail Communications New technologies and advances in electronics have always allowed big business to do things faster, more efficiently, and more professionally than ever before. Generally, every new technology is a step forward for speed, productivity and reductions in spending. But, despite this unwritten principle, the coming of the latest E-mail or (electronic mail) communications innovation has brought many pros and cons with the package. Electronic mail could ...
  • Stamps In Popular Culture
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    Postmaster General John Wanamaker stirred up quite a commotion back in 1893 when he issued the nation's first commemorative postage stamps. He was rebuked by a congressional joint resolution that protested the "unnecessary" stamps. Wanamaker, an astute businessman, defended his actions by saying that the commemorative stamps could become moneymakers. Little did he know the impact commemorative stamps would have on the American culture in future years. Stamp Collecting has become the most popular...
  • Usps United States Postal Service
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    On July 26, 1775, members of the Second Continental Congress held a meeting in Philadelphia and they had all agreed that a Postmaster General should be appointed for the United States. That statement signaled the birth of the Post Office Department, which is now the second oldest department or agency of the United States. In this term paper I will discuss from the history to the funding path of the United States Postal Service (USPS). After Benjamin Franklin had came back from his trip to Englan...
  • Comparison Between E Mail And Postal Service
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    New technologies are allowing us to do things faster, easier, and more efficiently than ever before. Almost every new innovation in technology improves the speed and productivity of any task at hand. Electronic mail (E-mail) is possibly one of the greatest things to happen to the world. Despite this, there are people who find to many mistakes in using either E-mail or conventional mail. To help decide whether to use E-mail or the United States postal Service, a comparison of each one's speed, ea...
  • Monopoly Of The Postal Service
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    Monopoly of the Postal Service In the United States economy most markets can be classified into four different markets structures. But, each and every market in the United States is completely unique from the others. Generally the best type of market structure for the general public is perfect competition because it creates the lowest possible price for the public. There are some exceptions were perfect competition isn't the best choice for the public on account of various reasons. The United St...
  • The Internet Instant Messaging
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    Whether you " re an average teenager wanting to keep in touch with friends after school, or a business person needing a low cost but effective way to keep work related material local and secret, chances are you use E-Mail or Instant Messaging services. For communication purposes in this high tech lifestyle that exists today, these systems are used only with the basic understanding needed to run these devices. You are about to learn how these systems came to be and the in depth understanding need...
  • Us Postal Service Mail 1999 Internet
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    United States Postal Service Thinking Outside The Mailbox This paper will analyze the constraints and opportunities facing the United States Postal Service since development of the email-to-paper system. "The Post Office predicts that in 2003, first-class mail, a $35 billion business and its top revenue-producing service, will begin an unprecedented decline at the hands of booming e-mail and on-line billing services. Under its own online bill system, the Postal Service charges customers $6 per m...
  • Computers 2 United States
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    People use computers everyday. Some people know how to use one some people don't. But not too many people can understand how the computer works and its processing. I have been taught how it works and I understand it very well. The best way to explain it would be to compare it to the United States Postal Service and how it works. From rain, to sleet, or even snow, nothing will stop the mail. Just like if you tell a computer to do something it will. Computers are always being upgraded and there h...
  • Canada Post Corporation Cpc Mail
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    Executive Summary Canada Post Corporation will face many difficulties in the future stemming from two present concerns: Customer Perception- Customer perception is fairly negative and is either associated with problems evident in the past or those associated with the United States Postal Service. Unionized Labour- Unions are a constant problem for any company associated with them. To remedy these situations we propose the following: Divestiture- CPC should break into strategic business units. Ea...
  • The Monopoly Of U Postal Service
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    Introduction 1 In microeconomics, we study the four different market models that exist today, and the various affects each of these markets has on the United States economy as a whole, as well as individual types of business. The four market models are Pure Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly, and Pure Monopoly. Generally, Pure Competition, also called Perfect Competition, is in the best interest of the public. In a Perfect Competition Market, there are a large number of firms prese...