The NRLCA has recently received correspondence from USPS announcing their “Plan B” for peak season parcels. We have had some discussions with Labor Relations at HQ and clarified the intent of the Plan B. Please read the article from Director of Labor Relations David Heather here.
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Why is that parcel run in the am not being paid at actual time or time and a half?
Polly. Agreed. The 2min per mile is for express mail deviation. Also, this does not make much sense in my office because most of the parcels are not delivered to the office until 730.