Last week, the Board of Governors announced that our first quarter losses amounted to more than $384 million dollars.That equates to a daily loss of $4.3 million, which cascades to $177,777 an hour, $2,962 a minute, and $49 a second.
That sounds staggering.
But, when you take that daily figure and divide it equally among all postal employees, it comes out to just $6.14 per employee per day.
At the average salary, this means if each of us could find just ten minutes a day of efficiencies, we could help turn things around.
What do you think? Is ten minutes realistic? Comment here.