UPMA receives letter regarding Pay-for-Performance 

Below you will find a letter received by United Postmasters and Managers of America President Daniel M. Heins from Doug Tulino, Vice President of Labor Relations at USPS Headquarters regarding Pay-for-Performance. Source: United Postmasters and Managers of America

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Postmasters/EAS Pay Package through Fiscal Year 2019

On June 28th, the Postal Service released the EAS pay package decision letter that was to cover through fiscal year 2019. Immediately upon receipt, Sean Acord and Tony Leonardi requested a meeting with Executive Postal Leadership in an effort to resolve some concerns. At 10:00 a.m. on the 29th, a meeting was held, the results…

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USPS’ Pay for Performance System Isn’t Rewarding Top Performing Employees

By Eric Katz – August 3, 2017 The U.S. Postal Service is failing to reward its top performers under a pay system designed to recognize excellence, according to a new report, instead relying on group metrics that collectively punish employees for the work of their colleagues. Using the Capital Metro Area as a sample, the…

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NAPUS: Effective January 2016, USPS Enhances Non-Bargaining Pay Policies 

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…

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NAPUS: Pay-For-Performance Salary Increase FY 2014

The Postal Service has decided to grant a one percent salary increase for nonbargaining employees whose fiscal year (FY) 2014 Pay-for-Performance composite ratings fall in either cells 2 or 3 of the current PFP Matrix. The Postal Service cited the ”efforts of supervisory, managerial, Postmasters, and all nonbargaining employees contributed toward the high-quality service rendered…

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USPS OIG: Revenue Plan and Sales Targets

Audit Report – MS-AR-14-007 – 09/08/2014 Background Each year the U.S. Postal Service establishes various financial projections. One key projection is the revenue plan, which reflects the expected revenue generated by the Postal Service from all sources and channels. The revenue plan was set at $67.7 billion in fiscal year (FY) 2014. The Postal Service’s…

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