10. April 2021 · Comments Off on National Agreement Nalc · Categories: Uncategorized

The NALC Executive Board unanimously recommends approving the interim agreement. September 25, 2014 – The NALC and USPS have agreed to extend the current Section 8 fair test until December 31, 2014 in the 22 districts currently participating. The test was introduced by an agreement of 3 June 2013, which stems from the national task force “Article 8”. Contract Talk is a regular column in the national magazine NALC The Postal Record. The column written by naLC Contract Administration Unit members provides advice on recent national comparisons and selected questions of interest to NALC contract officers. The archives of the Contract Talk columns are available here. Under the 2016-2019 national agreement, the one-time compensation for career and non-career holders will increase by $44 $US by $44 over the course of the agreement: NALC provides a unique and comprehensive arbitration database that allows contract researchers to quickly review the NALC database containing thousands of arbitration awards. This database is regularly updated and contains more than 36,000 awards on a large number of topics. For more information on the arbitration program and to see a brief summary of specific national awards of interest, click here. 5/23/17 – In accordance with Article 16 of the Constitution nalc, ratification is a vote on the post-referendum referendum and the vote is only sent to ordinary naLC members within the meaning of Article 2, Section 1, point a), with the exception of ordinary members who are not bound by correspondence, as indicated by the national treasurer`s registrations from 90 days […] I would like to thank all the officers and staff who have worked so hard to reach this proposed national agreement. We will move on to a ratification election. However, given the persistence of the pandemic, elections will have to be somewhat different from those of the past.

In the coming days and weeks, we will hold a virtual national rap session (via a video link) and develop mechanisms for an electoral commission to proceed as quickly as possible to the ratification vote. We will use all our communication channels in the coming days and weeks to inform membership while specifying the details. In the meantime, the interest rate arbitration process has been suspended until the results of the members` ratification. On September 20, 2019, negotiations on a new collective agreement between NALC and USPS reached an impasse. The current collective agreement remains in effect until the final settlement of the wage dispute between the parties. The next step is a mandatory 60-day mediation period, which is required by law. The parties will use the conciliation period to continue negotiations […] The 2019 national agreement will last 44 months and will cover the period from September 20, 2019 to May 20, 2023. The agreement provides for four annual general wage increases and seven adjustment costs (COLAs). In addition, with effect on November 19, 2022, a new next step (stage P) will be added to the factor pay scales, which will be $444 per year higher than Stage O. The agreement also provides for the automatic transition of City Carrier Assistants (CCAs) to career status, no later than 24 months of relative position, providing benefits and total security to non-career holders.

In addition, there is protection against subcontracting and redundancies. NALC President Fredric Rolando has appointed a new National Business Agent (NBA) and Regional Administrative Assistants (RAA) after Region 12 NBA Dave Napadano retired this month. 1/23/2020 In all offices, CCAs with at least 30 months of relative status on February 15 to be converted to nALC and USPS career status have settled a national complaint regarding non-compliance with City Carrier Assistants` contract employment limits (CCAs). This regulation (M-01906) provides that all city officials met in […] 19/16 NALC President Fredric Rolando and USPS Postmaster General Megan Brennan met today at THE NALC headquarters in Washington, D.C., to begin formal negotiations on a new collective agreement.

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