NRLCA Reaches Tentative Agreement with USPS for Three-Year Contract

NRLCA_mag2February 10, 2016
The NRLCA and Postal Service have negotiated a tentative agreement to cover the 3-year period from May 21, 2015 to May 20, 2018. In this special edition of The National Rural Letter Carrier, you will find the details of the tentative agreement, including an explanation of proposed changes to the existing contract language. This agreement must be ratified by a majority of the voting membership to become effective.

The NRLCA’s proposals provided for appropriate and reasonable wage increases, continued cost-of-living adjustments, and the maintenance of core benefits, including the no-layoff clause. Our goal was to improve the National Agreement in as many ways as possible, with our focus remaining on the economic issues that have taken center stage in this round of bargaining. We believe we have achieved that goal, and more, in this tentative agreement.

Source: NRLCA Reaches Tentative Agreement with USPS for Three-Year Contract | Postal News

Related: Labor update: USPS, NRLCA reach tentative agreement

2 thoughts on “NRLCA Reaches Tentative Agreement with USPS for Three-Year Contract

  1. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    APWU - Auburn WA Local
    Office held, if any
    Retired President
    A Sunday Desired List for PSEs that rotates Sunday work among volunteers and, if necessary, among nonvolunteers, would be worth considering for our bargaining unit.

  2. Union and NAME of Local/Branch
    Well this will be interesting for other contracts. Looks like the PO got their third tier employee classification, basically what their ideal model for a future employee should look like i’m guessing. Can hardly wait to see what the PO thinks a lower class NALC CCA would be considering how difficult it already is to get and retain them.

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