USPS Moves Processing of Employees FMLA Requests to Human Resources Center

The Human Resources Shared Services Center (HRSSC) began processing Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requests for employees of 23 districts and headquarters July 11. FMLA processing for all other districts nationwide will transition to HRSSC Sept. 10.

Employees who need general information regarding the Family and Medical Leave Act can click here. HRSCC staff also will be available for case-specific questions, Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. ET.

Supervisors and managers may email requests for FMLA information to the Outlook email address designated for each Area. Click here for the list, which includes detailed contact information of districts that were affected by the move of FMLA to HRSSC last month.

Until the transition is completed, employees who hand deliver their certifications to work locations within a district where FMLA processing has been transferred to HRSSC should be allowed to fax the information or be given an envelope to mail their information to HRSSC.

source: USPS News Link
Districts transitioning FMLA to HRSSC on 7/11/2011>

PO Box 970903
Greensboro, NC 27497-0903
Fax: 651-456-5058
Caribbean HRSSC FMLA – Northeast
Greater Boston PO Box 970901
Long Island Greensboro, NC 27497-0901
No New Jersey FAX: 651-456-6062
Capital Metro
Atlanta HRSSC FMLA – Capital Metro
Capital PO Box 970903
Greensboro Greensboro, NC 27497-0903
Richmond FAX: 651-456-6036
Northern Virginia
Appalachian HRSSC FMLA – Eastern
Cincinnati PO Box 970905
Columbus Greensboro, NC 27497-0905
FAX: 651-456-6041
Great Lakes
Greater Indiana HRSSC FMLA – Great Lakes
Northern Illinois PO Box 970908
SE Michigan Greensboro, NC 27497-0908
FAX: 651-456-6055
South Georgia HRSSC FMLA – Southwest
PO Box 970909
Greensboro, NC 27497-0909
FAX: 651-456-6067
Arizona HRSSC FMLA – Western
Big Sky PO Box 970910
Dakotas Greensboro, NC 27497-0910
Salt Lake City FAX: 651-456-6071
Bay Valley HRSSC FMLA – Pacific
San Francisco PO Box 970911
Greensboro, NC 27497-0911
FAX: 651-456-6047

6 thoughts on “USPS Moves Processing of Employees FMLA Requests to Human Resources Center

  1. Hey, now I’ll have to argue with some bitch on the phone across the country instead of just locally!

  2. 26 years in PO and first time I ever had to use an FMLA for back injury. It started out at my home office but within week moved to CT. office which was unable to handle the load apparently so now it went to North Carolina. I have had to return to my dr. for more and more paperwork and he is getting pissed. One more problem and I am getting a lawyer and will sue all the morons.

  3. This may be better in long run. The Postal Service give a person with no qualification a FMLA job. These FMLA Coordinator dont NO anything concerning medical facts or diagnosis. They have the nerve to disapproved many people FMLA. The post office is a industry that promotes mostly women and men in exchange 4 sex . These same coordinator tell U hey U got sick on your day off . You have a pattern going on here. That is not their job. FMLA is protected leave. I say good ridden to bad rubish!

  4. After doing such a GREAT JOB with all of the RETIREMENTS THAT THEY SCREWED UP in addition to their fantastic track record of KEEPING OUR RECORDS STRAIGHT….they are now going to take over FMLA for all districts.


  5. So now when they f**k up my paperwork, like they always do, someone 3000 miles away is responsible.

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