USPS: New guidebook offered on postal uniforms

SPS has introduced a pictorial guidebook that managers and supervisors can use to help ensure employees wear their uniforms properly. Postal Uniform Guidelines features images of employees wearing appropriate attire. The head-to-toe photographs show actual uniformed employees who serve the public, including letter carriers, retail associates and motor vehicle operators. “Every day, we deliver to…

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APWU: New Benefits Secured for Postal Support Employees (PSEs)

Web News Article #: 73-2018 07/26/2018 – In the 2010 Collective Bargaining Agreement between the APWU and the US Postal Service, the parties established a “Workforce Benefits, Employment Opportunities, Training and Education Fund.” The purpose of the fund was to provide for the Postal Service’s share of health insurance benefits to PSEs and to provide…

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Work Force Fund Settlement – Newly Signed Memo For PSEs

PSEs will be given a 4 hour guarantee, (2 hours previously) in the 200 or more man year offices. PSEs will receive a clothing allowance and will have enhanced health insurance benefits. PSEs will now receive overtime for work over 8 in a service day, and penalty pay for work over 10 and 56. Source:…

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APWU: National Agreement Provides Uniform Allowance for Clerks in POStPlan Offices

Web News Article #: 58-2017 06/16/2017 – On June 14, the APWU and the Postal Service reached an agreement resolving a Step 4 National Dispute that career Clerk Craft employees assigned to a POStPlan office are entitled to a uniform allowance. The parties agreed that career Clerk Craft employees who staff POStPlan offices will be…

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APWU: Work Clothes and Uniform Annual Allowance for PSEs

Web News Article #: 247-2016 11/30/2016 – On an annual basis, Postal Support Employees who are assigned as PSE Sales/Service and Distribution Associates, D/A 81-4, will be eligible to purchase three (3) Type 2 shirts worn by employees assigned for retail operations. There is an allowance of up to $42.00 per shirt. This ONLY applies…

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