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Full-time and regular part time employees of the USPS get different amounts of vacation time depending on seniority: Employes with Less than 3 years USPS service get 13 days per year Those with 3-15 years USPS service get 20 days per year. Those with 15 or more years service get 26 days of paid time off per year.
Accused paid time off for career employees
There is a ridiculous amount of earned leave that will get you discipline if you use.
Of course you build time off so it’s not like your getting something for nothing.
During your first year (which is purposely not disclosed during the orientation), you are not allowed to be absent more than five days out of 365.
you accumulate time off with hours worked. problem is there is a form to fill out to use it. there are forms for everything!
Time off goes by seniority! Depending on office size determines how many employees can take the same week off when applicable!
When you become regular, the beginning leave benefit is 12 vacation and 12 sick leave and all the Major Federal Holidays with pay.
4 hours a check, bare minimum
If you decide that you don’t want to be paid for a day you requested off you can be penalized and have time taken away if you have a numerous amount of those days.
Varied, depending on length of time at USPS. The minimum was usually 2 weeks of PTO.