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C.H.A.P.P.S.: Clockable Hours and Application Process and Pay System
Feb. 24, 2022
Larry Pinson Sr.
Non-fiction: Business/Finance/Economics
Presently, the pay system used for U.S. postal employees to record clockable hours is complex and difficult to comprehend, even by employees, as well as supervisors. C.H.A.P.P.S. is a simplified pay system designed for the postal payroll system, and with C.H.A.P.P.S. there is no need to cut jobs at the post office. Larry Pinson, Sr. is a retired postal employee, and created C.H.A.P.P.S. after undertaking an endeavor to understand the postal service pay system, and found it to be antiquated and in need of change to modernize and simplify the system. C.H.A.P.P.S. can also be used for city and county employees, teachers, police officers, and pay systems of other government agencies and large institutions; firemen, public transportation employees such as bus drivers; and private sector businesses, large and small, such as restaurants and barber shops. Additionally, C.H.A.P.P.S. can be used for jobs worldwide, and is excellent for military people coming home.
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About the Author

Larry Pinson Sr. was born in Newnan, Georgia, and his family moved to Chicago when he was six years old. He was a civilian employee at the Postal Service from 1995 to 2009. He worked as assistant driver and salesman for Central Distributors in Chicago. He was a cashier clerk, a field auditor, and personnel and receiving clerk at A&P Food Store in Chicagoland. Pinson served in the US Army for two years, from 1967 to 1969. From 1971 to 1989, he was active in the Illinois National Guard and became a second lieutenant in 1974. He became a first lieutenant in 1977 and a police company commander in 1980. He retired as a captain in 1989 and was promoted to a major. Pinson spends his time playing basketball and baseball. He also loves to travel and eat in fine dining restaurants.
Larry Pinson, Sr. served 18 years in the Illinois National Guard. He started working at the postal service in 1995, and retired in 2009. Pinson liked the idea of working for the postal service, and initially believed it was a well-organized organization, but was soon surprised to learn that it was far from well organized, particularly regarding the payroll application process.
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