Wikipedia      Call-In Procedure       NPMHU       Photo Gallery    Call-Out Number     USPS Employment Verification

Friday, June 28, 2019

  NPMHU and USPS Present Opening Statements as National Negotiations Begin in Washington D.C.

"...he National Postal Mail Handlers Union bargaining team met with representatives of the U.S. Postal Service on June 27, 2019 to mark the official start of the collective bargaining process for a successor agreement to replace the 2019 National Agreement which is scheduled to expire on September 20, 2019. The NPMHU is committed to making every reasonable effort to reach an agreement that is good for our members, good for the Postal Service, and good for the American mailing public..."

Reference: www.npmhu.o  

2019 Contract Update #1

 

2019 No. 1 – June 27, 2019 (pdf)

2019 Contract Update #1

"...You are reading the first Contract Update produced and distributed by the NPMHU during the course of 2019 negotiations. These updates, along with the Union’s magazine and monthly bulletins, will keep mail handlers throughout the country informed and involved in the issues raised during this round of bargaining. Bargaining has officially begun! By the time this is posted, representatives from..."

Reference: www.npmhu.org  

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Postal Service 10-year “business plan” leaked: Preliminary proposals slash postal workers’ sick, vacation leave, retirement benefits

  Postal Service 10-year “business plan” leaked: Preliminary proposals slash postal workers’ sick, vacation leave, retirement benefits

"...The PMG and the Postal Board of Governors want to impose $18 billion of cuts to workers’ rights and benefits by slashing postal workers’ sick and vacation leave, as well as raising current workers retirement contributions, eliminating federal retirement benefits for future workers, and subcontracting more postal jobs to the private sector. Their plan includes significant service cuts to the American public..."

Reference: apwu.org  

Monday, June 10, 2019

Supreme Court sides with Birmingham, Alabama company in patent dispute

  Supreme Court sides with Birmingham, Alabama company in patent dispute

"...The dispute before the justices had to do with U.S. Patent No. 6,826,548. That’s the patent Birmingham-based Return Mail has for a system that uses barcodes, scanning equipment and computer databases to process returned mail almost entirely automatically..."

Reference: mynorthwest.com  

Springfield, Massachusetts NDC: Veterans, Federal Employees, Heroes

  Veterans, Federal Employees, Heroes

"...All three men were employed at the Springfield, Massachusetts NDC: Matt and Marty as mail handlers and Ray in the maintenance department. On February 15th 2014, during the height of the snow season in Northern New England and with extreme weather expected for that day, the three set out..."

Reference: postalnews.com  

Blog Roll