Cost of Living Adjustment set at $1,227.00.
The Cost of Living Adjustment effective pay period 19-14 will add another $1,227.00 annually to FTR career mail handler salaries.. An updated pay scale will be available shortly.
-By now every mail handler at the NDC whose job was either abolished or had the non-scheduled days changed, which required reposting should have received their letter notifying them of such. Mail handlers whose bids have changed the non-scheduled days requires, by contract, that the job be reposted and available for any mail handler eligible to bid. . Read More
The commitment of those in USPS Headquarters to dismantle the great American institution that is the United States Postal Service really has no limits. With the recent announcement to reinstitute the Service’s Network Rationalization Plan, which would be more aptly named the "Network Irrationalization Plan", eighty four facilities across the country, including our own Scranton and Lancaster plants, will see reductions in operations and personnel. The implementation of this absolutely toxic agenda will ultimately lead to the destruction of the mail processing network, which appears to be the plan.
More than 5,000 NALC Delegates from across the country gathered in Philadelphia for their 69th biennial convention as our own National President inspired our Sisters and Brothers in the Letter Carriers with a message of Unity and Solidarity. Joining Brother Hegarty in Solidarity at the event were our National Legislative and Political Director Bob Losi and Local 308 President John Gibson. Read More.
President Hegarty addressed the Delegates of the APWU’s 2014 National convention sanctioning a message of solidarity between our Unions. When commenting on the recently signed Postal Union Alliance, Hegarty said, “We are not divided on the issues — those who would do us harm cannot divide and conquer.” President Hegarty noted that the Postal Union Alliance has solidified the joint spirit of cooperation that has us working towards common goals like never before. Read More
The Union was notified this afternoon that the Postal Service plans to reinstitute the “Network Rationalization Plan” starting next year, in January 2015. You will recall that many of the plant closings and consolidations were put on hold earlier this year, in February 2014, when the Postal Service announced in the Federal Register that it was suspending any further implementation of its changes to service standards.
Yes, it's true, we know there is no such thing as management accountability. We know that holding management responsible for their actions is nothing more than a myth. When a manager screws up, 99.99% of the time nothing happens other than maybe a promotion or reassignment to some other department or facility. If you've been around for any length of time you know this to be true. Now, when it comes to mail handlers there are plenty in management that can't wait to hold us accountable for the most insignificant of transgressions. When management decisions result in the loss of Millions of Dollars I challenge you to show me where any individual manager is held accountable. Read More
On March 10, 2014 an historic agreement was signed by the Postal Union Presidents representing the Mail Handlers, American Postal Workers, City Letter Carriers and Rural letter Carriers. The purpose of the agreement is to show our solidarity, and to protect the invaluable institution that is the United States Postal Service. We call upon our members, and the American Public to join with us in this important endeavor. Read More.
Meetings & Events
Semi Annual Meeting of the Local Unions
August 21st-23rd, 2014
Union Night at the Ballpark 2 August 29, 2013
Trenton Thunder v. Reading Phillies
Local 308 Executive Board Meeting
September 15th, 2014
Local Union Council Meeting
September 16th-17th, 2014
Inside Local 308