Government Payroll System Made Easy by Retired Postal Employee

Government Payroll System Made Easy by Retired Postal Employee
Former serviceman sheds light on the complicated, ancient systems the government still practices today.

Maywood, Illinois – The pay system used by the United States Postal Services has become outdated in a sense that technological advancements of today is no longer compatible with the slow-paced practices from decades ago. Unfortunately, the postal system of America has seen no change in the processes they use in recording clockable hours and converting this to employee income.

Larry Pinson Sr. took the initiative to create an organized system that can be better understood by the ones who are using it. In his book CHAPPS, or Clockable Hours Application Process and Pay System, he explains how postal employees are being paid unfairly in the current system, and it shouldn’t be the case if people are more aware of how each hour of their work is being commissioned.

He also includes information and explanation on nonscheduled days, part-time flexis, overtimes, night differentials, leaves, holidays, and much more.

The best part is that CHAPPS is not only limited to the US postal system. Government employes, like city and county staff, teachers, police officers, firemen, public transportation employees, as well as private sector business could benefit with what Larry Pinson proposes in his instructional book.

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