Isle of Man Post Office is one of the largest employers on the Island, with a staff count of over 350 people. We are dedicated to the personal and professional development of our employees and we believe that supporting our staff through training and development will benefit them and add value to our company.
While weather conditions are challenging for this year's Isle of Man TT riders, participants and spectators alike, we took the opportunity to present the Hislop family, represented by Steve's son Connor Hislop, with three special numbered editions of the limited Coin & Stamp Gift Pack.
With the introduction of the new GDPR legislation in May 2018, the far reaching implications have concerned and confused many of our business mail customers.
One of the greatest TT achievements of all time is being celebrated in an impressive new set of coins (Issue date: 31st May 2019).
Thirty years after he broke the 120mph barrier around the world-famous course, Steve Hislop's record-breaking Formula One triumph is remembered.
May 24th 2019 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of HM Queen Victoria. The Isle of Man Post Office is delighted to celebrate the great works and inventions of six eminent Victorian engineers who have hugely influenced on the historical development of engineering, science and technology still used today in everyone’s daily lives.
On May 18th 2019 Isle of Man Post Office will issue a set of six stamps featuring the paintings of Manx artist and mariner, the late John Halsall along with commentary by Matthew Richardson, Manx National Heritage Curator of Social History.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) is pleased to announce that members of the Communications Workers Union have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the negotiated aspects of the pay and pension reforms.