Are postal workers government employees?

Answer Postal workers are hired by the federal government to distribute mail across the United States. Since they are hired by the federal government, they are considered government employees. Postal work... Read More »

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Why is the Postal Service not under tight control like the military branches and Is not the US Postal service a government Agency?

the answer is 5 hours because when we add the two secretaries the first one will be done typing in 6 hours and the other is 4 hours so if we add the two of them so 6 hours plus 4 hours is equals t... Read More »

Are Amtrak employees government employees?

Amtrak workers are not government employees. Amtrak is a privately owned corporation with its own employees, although it receives heavy subsidies from the government. Congress votes on its funding ... Read More »

Does a condo association need workers comp insurance if they have no employees and use a property management company for maintenance etc?

Usually, if the maintenance staff works for the property management company, the management company is responsible for bonding, licensing and insurance for the staff, which may include workers comp... Read More »

How much do government employees get for mileage?

Government employees receive mileage reimbursement based on the specific unit of government. At the federal level, the rates as of January 2010 are 50 cents for automobile, 47 cents for motorcycle... Read More »