What Was The Purpose Of The Postal Accountability And Enhancement Act? Is It Causing Financial Trouble?

What was the purpose or the objective of the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act. This required USPS to fund employee pensions for the next 75 years and had to do it in 10 years.
What was the reasoning behind it in congress? It just doesn’t make much sense to me. Is it one of the main reasons for the financial trouble the post office faced the past few years?

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2 Responses to “What Was The Purpose Of The Postal Accountability And Enhancement Act? Is It Causing Financial Trouble?”

  1. smkeller says:

    No, I have worked for the post office.
    It is a terrible place to work.
    They will spend millions and millions on training personnel for short periods of time, then dump those new hires into positions that are so difficult and demanding and that have no backup or support that 95% of them wash out in the first three months.
    Then Instead of hiring more workers or making more normal working conditions they just play this game year after year after year because that’s the only way that they can get funding.
    Most mail in now just cheap thin advertising that companies get at a discount and that make mail delivery very difficult.
    It is not the pension funding of those few that survive this terrible work place that is the problem.

  2. Arthur Aardvark says:

    If you go postal, you should be held accountable.

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