With an announcement that was given on June 20, 2018, U.S. Mailing House began consolidating equipment and processes to their Fullerton facility, giving more employees a chance to avoid the commute and to work from home.
Historically, a career in printing and mailing did not allow employees to work remotely. However, U.S. Mailing House is breaking this tradition by adopting modern production processes and encouraging staff to maximize their work hours by minimizing their commute time.
Concerning this change, CEO, Albert Chang commented, “The company’s decision to consolidate facilities was based on efforts to best serve customers by gaining efficiencies through streamlining and improving processes, leveraging technology, and improving the workday for our employees.”
Currently, 23% of the staff is able to work remotely with the number expected to increase over the next twelve months.