The RRECS Mini Mail Survey is to be conducted from September 10-23, 2022.
Only Random Letters and Flats, Walking Distances, PARS Labels and recurring Miscellaneous Activity not captured by the automated standards, will be measured or counted. For more information visit NRLCA.org
Regulars Working Other Routes and Sundays
The Postal Service and the NRLCA have signed the attached MOU regarding two temporary modifications to the USPS-NRLCA National Agreement. Beginning Sunday, August 7, 2022, and continuing through February 24, 2023,
regular rural carriers may volunteer to work on Sunday to deliver packages and may also volunteer to provide service on rural routes other than their assigned routes in the office. Regular rural carriers will be compensated at the overtime rate for hours worked on Sunday and for hours performing service on routes other than their assigned routes.
Regular rural carriers will not be required to work on Sunday or serve all or part of any other rural route. Regular rural carriers must volunteer to perform these additional services.
Prior to working volunteer regular rural carriers on Sundays or on other rural routes, management must comply with the scheduling provisions of the National Agreement.
For more details and to view the MOU visit NRLCA.org
Federal Employees' Compensation Act(FECA) makes filing a claim for COVID-19 even easier. Click on the link below to find out more information:
Are you interested in being a Retiree, Provident Guild or Rural Carrier Benefit Health Plan Representative?
Contact President Kurt Eckrem at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested
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ANNUAL LEAVE CARRYOVER 2021
The NRLCA and USPS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreeing that for leave year 2022, regular work force career employees covered by the USPS-NRLCA Agreement may carry over 520 hours of accumulated annual leave from leave year 2021 to leave year 2022. In all other respects, the ELM provisions for payment of accumulated leave are not changed because of this Memorandum. This MOU will expire December 31, 2023