Non-career postal support employees , who USPS has increasingly relied upon as it has shed labor costs , will receive a 6.8 percent pay increase over the course of the contract. PSEs do not receive COLAs, but will receive an additional 50 cents of pay.
But the closure later was canceled, and plans for the center changed to include only an end to processing operations, which apparently is being completed in stages and is done only partially in Cape Girardeau. ... Davidson said since the postal service.
National Institutes of Health : Just two years ago, NIH was on our “losers” list. In fiscal 2016 ... Congress included a line in the report on last year's omnibus “encouraging” USPS not to move forward with the second phase of its plant consolidation.
USPS ' contracts with both the American Postal Workers Union, which represents nearly 200,000 employees , and the National Rural Letter Carriers Association, which represents about 116,000 workers, were set to expire Thursday. Both unions ... It also.
The U.S. Postal Service has awarded a new contract outside the federal insurance program for non-career employees to ensure compliance with President Obama's health care overhaul. The contract -- awarded to UnitedHealthcare -- will last a.
According to documents from a 2015 compliance review by the Postal Regulatory Commission, the average annual turnover rate for fiscal year 2015 for non-career employees was 38.7 percent. For city carrier ... One, the Postal Service Reform Act of 2016.
Deploying temporary Schedule C employees to agencies, while rejecting the resignations of some political leaders from the previous administration, is standard procedure during transitions. ... At some agencies, such as the departments of Interior.
All career and non-career postal employees represented by NALC would receive two pay raises, as well as a pay-grade consolidation that would give postal workers currently on the higher grade yet another wage increase. According to the tentative labor.
On Aug. 12, the president signed the VA Choice and Quality Employment Act of 2017. Readers who do not work in the Department of Veterans Affairs may be wondering why they should care about a new law that applies only to the VA. This bill, the latest in.
The agency lost $5.6 billion last year, mostly because Congress demands it shell out prefunded retiree health care benefits ... way to cut down on employee health care costs is to cut down on employees. The Postal Service says it plans to sit down.
In November 2013, Amazon.com announced it was working with the U.S. Postal Service to deliver packages on Sunday and holidays, starting in Los Angeles and New York, and in May, it added 15 more cities. In recent weeks, it ... Amazon and the U.S. Postal.
More than 200,000 U.S. Postal Service employees would be in line for a raise but face a slight decrease in health benefits under a recently unveiled tentative labor contract. The National Association of Letter Carriers, which represents 213,000 city.
with the full benefits of a federal employee . Note: Limited benefits for some temporary job Post Office positions include paid vacation days, contractual pay raises, and access to the USPS non-career Employee Health Benefits Plan . Arkansas Post.
In the last round of postal reform – the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006 – Congress established the Postal Service Retiree Health Benefits Fund. The idea was, if the Postal ... The plan was to have kept the pension and benefits system.