New look, new features — same commitment. USPS has launched a revitalized LiteBlue to help employees stay better informed about the organization, their careers and their benefits.
“LiteBlue is now becoming a destination for all employees,” said Tony Vegliante, executive vice president and chief Human Resources officer. “When we engage our employees online, they have immediate access to career and benefits information.”
The new LiteBlue is more than a makeover. It’s a joint project of three departments — Human Resources, Information Technology and Corporate Communications — to meet the Postal Service’s pledge to provide employees with an easy-to-use, one-stop online resource. And it’s the Postal Service’s response to employee feedback to make information easily accessible 24/7.
“We are pleased to be able to help make LiteBlue more accessible and attractive for our employees,” said Ross Philo, chief information officer and executive vice president. “It’s all about making the information you need easier to find. IT looks forward to delivering additional capabilities in the future that will benefit USPS employees.”
LiteBlue includes more Human Resources information than ever before. Employees can now access a variety of relevant life, health and career options on the new “My HR” tab of the website. Continuing are LiteBlue’s more popular applications, such as eJob bidding, PostalEase and Change of Address. Whether it’s forms, policies or applications, employees will continue to find the latest HR information on LiteBlue.
New features also have been added to the website. Check out Behind the Blue, a behind-the-scenes look to discover “How does USPS do that?” There also are links to Sustainability and Shipping Services updates, area and district news, and information about how everyone can help USPS confront challenges and meet corporate goals.
You’ll need your Employee ID and USPS PIN to check out LiteBlue. No PIN? No problem. Go to LiteBlue’s Log In page, click on “Forget Your PIN?” enter your employee ID number, and request a new one.
LiteBlue is secure, convenient and reliable. Most of all, it’s yours. Check it out and let us know what you think of the website’s new content and format at LiteBlue@usps.gov.
source: USPS News Link
Postalreporter reader: Some things like ePayroll and e-Reassign are harder to find.