Douglas Tulino is Deputy Postmaster General and Chief Human Resources Officer for the US Postal Service. He assumed this hybrid role in May of 2021 and has worked for USPS since 1980.
Duties and Responsibilities
As Deputy Postmaster General and Chief Human Resources Officer, Tulino will continue to oversee Labor Relations, Human Resource Management, Organizational Development, Compensation and Benefits, Learning and Development, Recruiting and Hiring, and human resources technology. As prior Vice President of Labor Relations, was responsible for all labor matters within the Postal Service, such as overseeing collective bargaining for contract negotiations, administering grievance and arbitration disputes, maintaining organizational compliance with Equal Employee Opportunity statutes, and more. In addition, Tulino has been the Postal Service’s chief negotiator since 2005. In this role, he develops corporate bargaining strategies for contract negotiations, as well as for the dispute resolution process.
Douglas Tulino’s Background
Tulino graduated from Kent State University with a bachelors degree in business administration and industrial relations. He began his postal career in Chicago in 1980, where he worked as a management associate. Tulino’s impact on the Postal Service has been immeasurable; as chief negotiator, he developed the collective bargaining strategy that resulted in restructuring USPS’ labor cost. Prior to assuming his current role, Tulino spent nearly two decades working in human resources, operations, and labor relations at every level of USPS.