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  1. LiteBlue helps employees monitor and manage careers and benefits. This is a U.S. government website intended for use only by Postal Service employees.

  2. LiteBlue is here to help you to communicate faster and stay connected. Enter your employee ID and USPS PIN to log on.

  3. Jan 26, 2021 · USPS News Link – 1/26/21 – Postal Service employees can now go to PostalEASE to view their federal Form W-2 for calendar year 2020. The organization will also mail each employee their Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, along with their federal Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage.

  4. How To Retrieve Your USPS PIN. The phone number for PostalEASE is: 1- 877-477-3273. To retrieve your USPS PIN follow these instructions: Dial 1- 877-477-3273; Press 1 when prompted, enter your Employee ID printed at the top of your earnings statement. When prompted for your PIN, pause and then press 2.

  5. July 2008 — USPS 62 Page 1 of 2 . How to Use. PostalEASE. for Your Allotments and Net to Bank Choices . PostalEASE. is a telephone enrollment system. that provides a convenient, confidential, and secure way to make your allotments or “net to bank” (direct deposit) choices. Use . PostalEASE. to do any of the following:

  6. about.usps.com › postal-bulletin › 2014Human Resources - USPS

    A new Self-Service Profile (SSP) application will be launched in which employees will create and manage their self-service password, email address, security challenge questions, and 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) for telephone transactions. A poster is included on page 61.

  7. about.usps.com › postal-bulletin › 2014Human Resources - USPS

    Human Resources New Employee Password Replaces 4-digit USPS PIN for Online HR Access. Effective April 28, 2014, employees must use new, more secure passwords to access the USPS ® LiteBlue website and online Human Resources (HR) self-service applications including PostalEASE, eReassign, eIDEAS, and eOPF.

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