2018-2021 NRLCA-USPS Tentative National Agreement Has Been RATIFIED

Pursuant to Article XI, Section 4 of the NRLCA Constitution, the Ratification Committee has completed the tabulation of ballots and reports that the 2018-2021 NRLCA-USPS Tentative National Agreement has been RATIFIED by a vote of 16,714 to 2,665, or 86 percent voting in favor of ratification. A more detailed report from the Ratification Committee will be posted on the NRLCA website shortly and in the next available edition of The National Rural Letter Carrier.

 

2018-2021 National Agreement Ratification Official Results

Pursuant to Article XI, Section 4 of the NRLCA Constitution, “ratification ballots shall be totaled by state, and the results posted on the NRLCA website.”

Nineteen Thousand Four Hundred and Twelve (19,412) ballots were processed. The results are:

IN FAVOR OF RATIFICATION: 16,714

OPPOSED TO RATIFICATION: 2,665

VOID: 33

TOTAL BALLOTS: 19,412

The 2018-2021 National Agreement Official Final Tally Results may be downloaded from the link below. In addition, the Ratification Committee Final Report is also available for download:

2018-2021 NRLCA-USPS Tentative National Agreement Has Been RATIFIED

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Malisa Monique

Thank you NRLCA!

Seashore

Ya, thanks for a paltry 3.8% raise over 3 years and thanks for making table 2 equal to table 1…..after 14 years! What about the lost wages in the intervening years? Terrible contract

Lori J Conroe

OK so when do we expect to receive our back pay?

G shears

Now that management have gotten what they want, bend over and hang on tight. The worst is yet to come. I’m just glad I’ve only got a few months left.

James

To seashore.no one is making you keep your job with the post office.If you think your unique skill set will get you more money and better benefits in the private market ,have at it.Given the current environment to privatize the post office and reduce benefits,I was very happy to have a job for 27 years as a rural carrier. A job that paid well above my local market,and health benefits and retirement funds second to none. Good luck with your alternate job search.

Seashore

James, the reason you did so well is you were paid tier 1 wages, not tier 2. A huge difference over time! The contract is crap. I was hired in 2011 when there was only 1 pay grade but, retroactive to Nov 2010 all new employees were put on tier 2. By the way, what was your parcel count on a daily basis? Go put your head back in the sand please.

Tonya Cueto

I sent my vote in on time. Almost a month later I got my vote back saying address is vacant?? WTF! Did this happen to anyone else?

Raeola Faltz

My question is about coding. My regular day off is Monday. I’m on the overtime list and I just worked Saturday which should have been my relief day for the holiday. Whats the code I should get for that.

Raeola Faltz

When are we gonna receive our back pay ?