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The U.S. Postal Service has launched a new program to help those who can’t take a day off from their busy schedules.

The service said Monday that it has hired three former employees who are currently working at its regional office.

The company said the job openings are part of a broader initiative called “CatchUp.”

The company says the initiative aims to give its employees a day to recharge.

CatchUp was launched in 2013 and aims to “bring the convenience of a home-based lifestyle to the workplace,” according to the company’s website.

Employees can request that their company email them at least once a week to tell them when their next scheduled meeting will be.

Employees are also asked to stay connected on Facebook and Instagram to make sure they’re aware of the new program.

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postal service also has launched “Catching Up” and “Happiness Hacks,” programs that help employees keep track of their personal lives and work hours, among other things.

The companies have also offered discounts for employees to sign up for their new services.