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Nalc Agreement 2017
The CCA employment caps under Article 7 of the agreement or the number of CCAs currently in progress will not be increased. However, the postal service will retain a percentage of the additional CCAs previously agreed by the parties by a number of joint ventures. These agreements, which were to be continued in the provisional agreement, have opened up additional possibilities for retraining to the CCAs, to date about 47,000. The vast majority of these CCMs did not have to go through a trial period as career workers. MoUs also include a weekly meeting to monitor the appropriate staff through career changes and voluntary transfer requests. 19.02.16 Fredric Rolando, President of the NALC, and General Megan Brennan, USPS Postmaster, met today at THE NALC headquarters in Washington, DC, to formally begin negotiations on a new collective agreement. The current 2011-2016 agreement, which covers more than 204,000 active factors in the city, employed by USPS, expires at midnight on May 20. This is the president […] The National Association of Letter Carriers, which represents 213,000 posts and women in the city across the country, has agreed with USPS management to avoid mandatory arbitration. NALC members will vote in the coming months on whether the contract should be formally ratified, although the union`s board of directors has unanimously recommended that its members do so. On September 20, 2019, negotiations on a new collective agreement between NALC and USPS reached an impasse. The current collective agreement remains in effect until the final settlement of the wage dispute between the parties.
The next step is a mandatory 60-day mediation period, which is required by law. The parties will use the conciliation period to continue negotiations […] The provisional agreement contains provisions that reward all factors for their contributions to the extraordinary return of the Post Office after the Great Recession; Reducing the compensation gap between urban transportation assistants (CCAs) and factors; Establishing a formal mechanism to address the problems that have undermined the job culture of the post office throughout much of its history; And maintaining the key achievements of our negotiating history, including general wage increases and cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs), protection against outsourcing and layoffs, as well as other contractual elements that determine our standard of living. Douglas Tulino, USPS Vice President of Labour Relations, said in a statement that the contract was a “fair and responsible agreement that serves the interests of our employees, customers and other stakeholders.” The National Association of Letter Carriers and the U.S. Postal Service have reached an interim agreement on a national employment contract comprising 213,000 active city letterholders across America. COLA Contract: 3. COLA will be $270 per year The consumer price index for urban employees and employees (CPI-W, 1967-100) was 710,766, an increase of 12,186 points over the 2016-2019 National Agreement Core Index of 698,580. Each total increase of 0.4 points above the base index corresponds to an increase of 1 cent per hour. How to make sure that […] The union ratified the employment contract just days before the Post Office announced a net loss of $2.1 billion for the third quarter of fiscal 2017. In the meantime, the postal authority will finalize its 10-year postal rate review this fall and is expected to give the USPS more freedom to increase stamp prices.
September 25, 2014 – The NALC and USPS have agreed to extend the current Section 8 fair test until December 31, 2014 in the 22 districts currently participating. The test was introduced by an agreement of 3 June 2013, which stems from the national task force “Article 8”. Both times the impact of these amendments, covered by section 21, depend on the plans that the airlines enrol, but in any event represent only a small fraction of the two-day wage increases provided for in Article 9 of the interim agreement.