USPS: Pandemic leave FAQs

The Postal Service has updated its FAQs on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, a law that requires some employers to provide workers with emergency paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for child care. The update includes child care information that parents and caregivers will find useful for back-to-school season. The FAQs…

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NALC HQ: Frequently asked IRS questions

NALC Secretary-Treasurer Nicole Rhine addresses a few frequently asked IRS-related questions in her column in The Postal Record. She also encourages branch officers to download a free copy of the NALC Branch Officer’s Guide to Finance and Administration. Frequently asked IRS questions

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APWU: FAQs on FFCRA Emergency Sick Leave and Expanded FMLA

APWU’s position – Questions and Answers

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USPS: Families First Coronavirus Response Act FAQs (3/31/20)

Related: USPS Mandatory Stand-Up Talk: Taking leave during COVID-19 (4/2/20)

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APWU: Retail Units Mandatory Stand-up Talk on Social Distancing (3/23/20)

From: Vance Zimmerman <vzimmerman@apwu.org> Sent: Monday, March 23, 2020 1:38 PM Subject: Retail Units Stand-up Talk on Social Distancing Please see attached Retail Stand Up Talk on Social Distancing. Please disseminate. Vance Zimmerman Industrial Relations Director American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO 1300 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4128 Tel: 202.842.4273 | Fax: 202.371.0992 Mandatory Retail…

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Q & As on Benefits, Pay, and Leave Under VERA updated January 2018

Updated January 2018 The date above indicates the date that this document was reviewed and updated. Whenever this document is updated, every FAQ is reviewed, but not every FAQ requires a change. NOTE: For more information related to any questions and answers presented in this document, you should review the VIDEO segments in the Retirement…

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USPS site can help employees understand health terms

Sorting through health plan options can be overwhelming, especially when you’re faced with language you don’t understand. For example, do you know the difference between a copayment and coinsurance? How about the difference between a deductible and a premium? Understanding these and other key health benefits terms can help you better evaluate your health plan…

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