USPS: Virtual Career Fair for 2,100 EAS Level 17 supervisory positions – July 24

July 13, 2022 The Postal Service will offer the next virtual career fair for front-line supervisory positions on July 24 at 1 p.m. Eastern. These events are part of Focus on the Front, an initiative to help USPS fill more than 2,100 Executive and Administrative Schedule Level 17 supervisory positions throughout the organization. More than…

 Continue reading

USPS: Virtual Career Fair for Front-line Supervisor Jobs on June 12

June 9, 2022 The Postal Service will offer its next virtual career fair for front-line supervisory positions on June 12 at 1 p.m. Eastern time. USPS is offering the fairs through “Focus on the Front,” an initiative to fill more than fill 1,700 Executive and Administrative Schedule Level 17 supervisory jobs. The fairs are designed…

 Continue reading

NAPS Requests Postal Service to Adjust FY2021 Pay-for-Performance Payout

The National Association of Postal Supervisors has requested the U.S. Postal Service to set its FY 2021 pay-for-performance payout for all EAS employees at 3 percent, or one-half percent above the initial USPS payout projection. The annual pay adjustment of the 50,000 supervisors and managers covered under the USPS Executive and Administrative Schedule (EAS) is…

 Continue reading

APWU: Lead Clerk and TACS Settlements are Final and Binding – Compliance is Mandatory

From: Lamont Brooks <lbrooks@apwu.org> Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2021 Subject: Lead Clerk and TACS and Directive to the Field that Settlements are Final and Binding with Mandatory Compliance SETTLEMENTS ARE FINAL AND BINDING- COMPLIANCE IS MANDATORY Please refer to the July 16, 2021 signoff from the USPS Vice Presidents (first attachment). I commend the USPS…

 Continue reading

USPS Issues Extraordinary Measures Memorandum

“As we draw closer to the November 3, 2020, general election more information is being provided today to further supplement and reiterate previous guidance. This Memorandum follows those issued on Sept. 21 (Clarifying Operational Instructions), Sept. 25 (Additional Resources), and Oct. 13 (Supplemental Guidance). This series of Memoranda supports the timely and efficient handling of…

 Continue reading

UPMA President: If you must delay mail – REPORT IT!!

July 17, 2020 Greetings everyone! Hopefully, all of you have received the word and the hard copy correspondence from USPS Headquarters that the Memorandums of Understanding that were in place with all of the unions that were set to expire this week, have all been extended through September 25th. The agreement that we had reached…

 Continue reading

USPS OIG Report: Management Structure at the Postal Service

Objective As an organization, the Postal Service maintains a headquarters and a field office structure that comprises seven areas, 67 districts and more than 31,000 facilities. The field office management structure includes functional managers who oversee the core areas of finance, human resources, marketing, operations program support, and information systems; and operational managers and supervisors…

 Continue reading