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CDRAAP guidelines now available
The NALC and USPS have released a jointly developed document (M-01846) that provides the mutual understanding of the national parties on issues related to the MOU Re: City Delivery Route Alternative Adjustment Process - 2014-2015.
For those who wondered... what would Management have gotten away with if
not for the Union?...
You could still be stuck with stuff like this.
CDRAAP Zone Selection Period Extended
The national parties have agreed (M-01849)
to extend the selection period for the City Delivery Route Alternative
Adjustment Process (CDRAAP) 2014-2015. The selection period will still begin
on Nov. 3, 2014, but it will now end on Nov. 21, 2014.
From the NALC Wesite:
6-day language makes it into House appropriations bill: Language mandating six-day mail delivery—intentionally left out of the draft version of the House Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government’s Fiscal Year 2015 spending bill—was successfully reinserted into the measure that was approved on Wednesday by a voice vote of the full House Appropriations committee. “This is a clear victory for letter carriers and other supporters of a strong Postal Service,” NALC President Fredric Rolando said. “We’re grateful to Reps. José Serrano (D-NY) and Tom Latham (R-IA) for their bipartisan effort to make sure this language is once again part of this legislation, just as it has been for more than three decades.” Click here to read more.
CCA Retirement Savings Plan: CCAs now have access to a plan designed specifically to help them save money for retirement. Provided for by the 2013 Das interest arbitration award, the retirement savings plan (RSP) for CCAs who are members of the NALC was created by the union’s Mutual Benefit Association (MBA) to give CCAs a tax-deferred way to save for retirement. The RSP was organized as a traditional IRA and was specially created for CCAs who are not yet eligible to earn pension benefits under FERS or to participate in the TSP. Click here to find out more.