NAPUS: USPS ENHANCES NON-BARGAINING PAY POLICIES

NAPUS: USPS ENHANCES NON-BARGAINING PAY POLICIESFrom National Association of Postmasters of the United States (NAPUS) –

June 16, 2015 – The Postal Service has modified existing pay policy concerning promotion increases when non-bargaining unit employees are promoted to higher grades and when non-bargaining employees voluntarily change to a lower level. As part of the pay policy change, effective January 2016, Pay-for-Performance (PFP) salary determination methodology will also change to provide that an affected EAS employee’s salary be brought to the new minimum (if it’s below that amount) before determining the salary effect of the employee’s PFP rating.

The Postal Service stated that these revisions will enhance non-bargaining pay policies and strengthen fairness concerning the interests of our employees and the Postal Service.

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NON-BARGAINING PAY POLICY CHANGES

2 thoughts on “NAPUS: USPS ENHANCES NON-BARGAINING PAY POLICIES

  1. It would be nice if it would correct where I had my old craft position passed my supervisor position pay during the wage freeze.

  2. Why is it that postmasters are required to work their days off because there office is short supervisors and then cannot get another day off during the week and get no compensation for this. Where our salaries based on 40 hrs a week or 60?

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