Future Customer Engagement

Future customer engagement
The Spokane P&DC recently had the opportunity to host a group of preschoolers that wanted to learn about the postal service.
“The children wrote personal letters and will be mailing them today,” said Spokane P&DC Plant Manager Bill Rupert. “Days like this make us special.”
The great interest in the mailing process expressed by these talented preschoolers demonstrate that mail is still in strong demand by the littlest of generations.
What other events do you think would help engage the next generation in mail delivery?

Developing the Potential of Today’s Youth

Developing potential

Today’s tight labor market creates a challenge for youth entering the job market. To assist in the development of tomorrow’s future leaders, one postal organization is continuing to expand its apprenticeship opportunities today.

Germany’s Deutsche Post DHL is currently accepting applications for apprenticeship positions in a wide variety of functional fields. More than 2,100 positions are available in areas such as engineering, real estate, logistics, and many more across DHLs network. Selected applicants can remain at their home location by working at a DHL facility near them.

DHL has increased the number of apprenticeships since 2008, offering an additional 600 more positions since that time. The effort is designed to develop one of DHLs most important resources of the future and give them a competitive advantage over rivals.

Do you think USPS should offer a variety of apprenticeship opportunities for the youth of today?

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