NALC President Fredric Rolando is among those called to testify at a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on the recently introduced postal bill, The Postal Service Reform Act of 2017 (H.R. 756)
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A national-level grievance (Q06N-4Q-C 12013405) was filed when the U.S. Postal Service informed NALC that the agency was conducting a unilateral review of city letter carrier office activities to gather data for national negotiations during the 2011 round of bargaining.
NALC and the U.S. Postal Service have agreed to a 31-day moratorium on time limits for the processing of all grievances during NALC National Convention
While this legislation is not perfect and contains unacceptable reductions in door delivery, NALC appreciates the committee’s dedication to working together and with stakeholders in a bipartisan manner to restore financial stability to this vitally important agency
On behalf of the 277,000 active and retired members of the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), I write to express our deep appreciation for your leadership on the important issue of postal reform. Your commitment to work together in a bipartisan manner and to approach the challenges facing the Postal Service with intelligence and creativity is most welcomed by the men and women who deliver the nation’s mail, newspapers, magazines and packages.
To our brothers and sisters in the impacted areas that have been affected by Tropical Storm Imelda, we need your help to make sure that we are notified of the needs of our membership in this area.
To our brothers and sisters in the areas that will be impacted by Hurricane Dorian, we need your help to make sure that we are notified of the needs of our membership in this area.
The leaders of the National Association of Letter Carriers and the United States Postal Service formally opened negotiations for a new collective-bargaining agreement today
To our brothers and sisters in the areas impacted by the Midwest Flooding, we need your help to make sure that we are notified of the needs of our membership in your area.
USPS recently updated the Wound Warriors Leave policy effective January 5, 2019. Eligible military veterans will be credited with 104 hours of Wounded Warriors Leave each leave year going forward.