NALC: Collective bargaining update

June 30, 2024 As NALC continues to finalize preparation and work out details for interest arbitration with USPS and the mutually selected chair of the interest arbitration panel, Arbitrator Dennis R. Nolan, the parties continue to negotiate in an effort to reach a tentative agreement. For many years, NALC and USPS bargaining representatives have “locked…

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NALC Executive Council: Update to Article 10 charges on President Renfroe

June 10, 2024 As reported on May 5, the NALC Executive Council met at NALC Headquarters on April 25 and 26 and voted on the charges received by the Council proffered against President Brian L. Renfroe by Director of City Delivery Christopher Jackson. Following these votes, the Council has authorized the release of the investigator’s…

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NALC: Protect Our Letter Carriers Act introduced in Senate

May 17, 2024 On May 16, Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) introduced the Protect Our Letter Carriers Act (H.R. 7629 / S. 4356). The Senate companion bill comes after Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) and Greg Landsman (D-OH) introduced the bill in the House in March, which currently has 71 cosponsors. The bipartisan…

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USPS: Stamp Out Hunger annual food drive spearheaded by NALC is May 11 (video)

May 6, 2024 A new video encourages Postal Service employees to participate in the Stamp Out Hunger food drive on Saturday, May 11. Customers are urged to leave nonperishable food in bags by their mailboxes to be picked up by mail carriers. USPS is a partner in the drive, which is spearheaded by the National…

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Update to Article 10 charges against NALC President Renfroe

August 31, 2023 Update to Article 10 charges This is an update to the July 14 notification of charges received by the NALC Executive Council proffered against President Brian L. Renfroe by another member of the Council.  On Aug. 29, the NALC Executive Council received the report of the member appointed to investigate the charges…

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NALC: Entering the next phase of negotiations

July 14, 2023 As previously reported, NALC has continued to negotiate for a new collective bargaining agreement with the U.S. Postal Service during the statutorily required 60-day mediation period. That period, which began with the formal expiration of the 2019-2023 Agreement on May 20, is set to expire on July 19. While discussions on the…

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