The 2022 National Convention Proceedings are now available. Members can view and download here: https://t.co/dbf6gFgfiL. Happy reading! — National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association (@NRLCA) October 27, 2022
As you know, the Postal Service (USPS) and National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association (NRLCA) ratified and signed a new collective bargaining agreement on March 23, 2022, approximately 6 months ago. The new ratified agreement covers the period May 21, 2021 through May 20, 2024, and provides much-deserved general wage increases and cost-of-living (COLA) adjustments for … Read more
On May 31, 2022, the NRLCA filed a Step 4 grievance regarding the Postal Service’s action to begin data collection and implementation of the Rural Route Evaluated Compensation System (RRECS) on May 21, 2022.
On August 23, 2022, the NRLCA filed a Step 4 grievance regarding the Postal Service’s refusal to cease working regular rural carriers on routes other than their assigned routes and on Sundays.
It is with great pride that the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association announces its newly-elected National Board for the 2022-2023 Association year: President: Ronnie W. Stutts Vice President: Donald L. Maston Secretary-Treasurer: Thomas K. Turner Director of Labor Relations: Bridget Boseak Director of Steward Operations: Shirley Baffa Executive Committeeman, 4-year term: John Adams Executive Committeeman, … Read more
The daily NRLCA National Convention newsletters can be found here for viewing/downloading: Vol. 116, Issue 01: Monday AM, September 5, 2022 Vol. 116, Issue 02: Monday PM, September 5, 2022 2022 NRLCA National Convention Daily Newsletters
Today, the NRLCA National Board filed a National Step 4 Grievance over the Postal Service’s continued delays in paying the retroactive salary adjustments due to rural carriers under the 2021-2024 National Agreement.
The National Office has received numerous calls and messages regarding the status of rural carrier salary schedules and back pay. The USPS is required to calculate and pay the retroactive salaries as soon as administratively possible. However, due to the complexities of the rural carrier salary structure, programming the payroll system that is required to make … Read more
The NRLCA and USPS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreeing that for leave year 2023, regular work force career employees covered by the USPS-NRLCA Agreement may carry over 520 hours of accumulated annual leave from leave year 2022 to leave year 2023.
The March 23, 2020 MOU which temporarily expanded the use of Sick Leave for Dependent Care and implemented a liberal leave policy has been extended through May 6, 2022.
The National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association and United States Postal Service have mutually agreed to extend the Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) linked below through May 6, 2022 Temporary Expanded Sick Leave for Dependent Care During COVID-19 Temporary Workplace Changes to Promote Social Distancing – COVID-19 Temporary Paid Leave for Rural Carrier Associates
The Postal Service is revising the information security policies related to the employees’ password criteria for their Self-Service Profile (SSP). The self-service password created in SSP is used to access a range of resources, including LiteBlue, Postal Ease, ePayroll, eRetire, eOPF, eReassign, ldeaSmart (external), and HERO (external). Strong and unique passwords act as the first … Read more
The NRLCA has been notified that the U.S. Postal Service was not willing to extend the below MOU, which allows regular rural carriers to volunteer to work on Sunday and also volunteer to provide assistance on other regular routes in the office. This MOU therefore will expire on Friday, March 25th, 2022. The NRLCA was willing to extend this … Read more
Pursuant to Article XI, Section 4 of the NRLCA Constitution, the Ratification Committee has completed the tabulation of ballots and reports that the 2021-2024 NRLCA-USPS Tentative National Agreement has been ratified by a vote of 15,431 to 6,126, or 72 percent voting in favor of ratification. A more detailed report from the Ratification Committee is posted below … Read more