PHILIPSBURG - Management and staff of Postal Services St. Maarten (PSS N.V.) are keen to make positive first impressions with customers and visitors to their three postal branches with new staff uniforms.
This week personnel began greeting customers dressed in new uniforms, sporting smart new designs that carry the red, white and blue of PSS N.V.
Postmen have also been given a “spruce-up” with new uniforms to carry out their postal rounds.
First to congratulate staff on their new appearance was Interim-Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Directors, Mr. Stuart Johnson, who was especially pleased that the initiative to brighten up their look came from the PSS N.V. workers themselves with the support of management.
“I personally commend any effort that staff take to put their best foot forward to make the best impression they can on their customers and visitors to our main post office and postal branches,” said Mr. Johnson.
He also revealed that the designs for the new uniforms were made in-house, demonstrating the creativity and resourcefulness of the PSS N.V. workers also.
The Supervisory Board Chairman made the comments during a recent visit to the main post office, where he was welcomed by Interim Managing Director, Ms. Antonia Wilson. Also present during the visit was representative of the St. Maarten Communication Union (SMCU).
Ms. Wilson said PSS N.V. the new uniforms are designed not only to look good, but also to convey the image of professionalism and courtesy to customers, which staff does their best to achieve at all times.
“We intend to embrace the new look with pride and we are already encouraged by the positive response we have already received by customers who have already seen our staff in their new outfits,” said Ms. Wilson.