What is a PS 50 form USPS?

PS Form 50s are personnel actions generated due to some type of change in employee status. PS Form 50 actions are generated by the Human Resources Share Service Center (HRSSC) in Greensboro, NC and are initiated by local HR personnel, supervisors and managers.

How do I get USPS Form 50?

If you are a current federal employee, you can make an SF-50 request to your human resources office. If you stopped working for the federal government within the past 120 days, you must make a written request to the last federal office for which you worked.

What is a postal form 50?

The SF-50, Notification of Personnel Action Form is a very important document. It is your written documentation of a personnel action that affects your position or pay. Keep it with your records because it could be used to make employment, pay, and qualifications decisions about you in the future.

What is sf8 USPS?

SF 8 explains an employee’s eligibility for unemployment compensation and describes the steps to be taken in filing a claim. Personnel offices complete SF 8 by entering at top of form the employee’s name, Social Security number, and pay location.

What is an SF 50 and how can I obtain a copy?

If you are a current Federal employee, you may obtain your SF-50 through the eOPF (electronic Official Personnel Folder) specific to your department or branch. The system may be accessed by https://eopf.opm.gov/ .

Can I log into eOPF from home?

This means, to access eOPF the user must have a government computer with a registered IP address or a government computer accessing via a government Virtual Private Network (VPN). Usually access from home or away from a federal work site does not meet the criteria.

How do I access eOPF?

How do I login to eOPF? The eOPF web address is https://eopf.opm.gov/dot/. Welcome letters will be sent to all employees with User ID and password information. Contact your Operating Administration’s Point of Contact if you have not received your welcome letters containing your user ID and password.

How do I get a copy of my SF-50?

How do I fill out a SF-50 form?

Include the following in your request:

  1. Full name (the one you used during your federal employment)
  2. Social security number.
  3. Date of birth.
  4. A list of all federal agencies where you an employee, with addresses, and dates of your employment (to the extent known)

How do I get my SF8?

If you become unemployed or are in a nonpay status and want to FILE A CLAIM, go to the nearest LOCAL PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE of the STATE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY AGENCY to register for work and file your claim for UI. Your ELIGIBILITY for UI CANNOT be determined until AFTER you file a claim.

What is form SF8?

SF-8 Unemployment Compensation_0.pdf. This form has been given to you because (1) you have been separated from your job, or (2) you were placed in a nonpay status, or (3) your records have been transferred to a different payroll office. Last updated: Thursday, October 10, 2013.

What do you need to know about PS Form 50?

They must review the employee designation code, salary, hours paid, leave earning status and credit hours for accuracy. The technicians and specialists know that due to this late action the employee, at minimum, must have their pay adjusted according to the change to full-time.

What to put on PS 50 when separating an employee?

Complete PS Form 50 in an accurate and timely manner when separating an employee. Enter the three–digit unemployment compensation code that most accurately describes what the Postal Service believes to be the reason (s) that the employee was separated in the appropriate block on PS Form 50.

Where can I get a copy of my PS-50?

If you do not have a copy of your last PS-50, and are currently employed by USPS, your PS Form 50 may be obtained in hard copy format through your servicing personnel office, or in electronic format from the Postal Service’s electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF) system.

Is the USPS using SF or PS-50?

The USPS does use SF (standard forms) for various activities (insurance, beneficiaries, etc), BUT it does use only the PS-50 for Employee Personnel Actions, for both career and non career employees. Thanks. CCA’S are not the problem, local stewards who have not grieved even the smallest contract infractions how-ever are the problem.