Do I have recourse if USPS won’t schedule retirement counseling session earlier than 7 weeks out?

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Asked on March 3, 2017 3:23 pm
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Not knowing if you are a letter carrier or other USPS employee, based on information found at the NALC website, https://www.nalc.org/workplace-issues/retirement/planning-to-retire, it states the following:
Retirement counseling
Letter carriers approaching retirement eligibility have a contractual right to individual pre-retirement counseling from the Postal Service, upon request. The purpose of the counseling is to promote fully informed retirement decisions by employees.
The Postal Service individual counseling is provided telephonically by a retirement specialist at the USPS Human Resources Shared Services Center (HRSSC). Letter carriers initiate and schedule the counseling session by calling HRSSC at 877-477-3273 option 5, or online at the Liteblue eRetire application.

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Answered on March 3, 2017 5:18 pm
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yes, you should have the resources on liteblue usps united states of american postal department. you can get the details from http://liteblueusps.xyz and you can login on liteblue usps from http://liteblueusps.xyz/liteblue-login-usps-employees-gov/ please let me know if it helps. i hope it will help you most

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