USPS News Release:
Pay consultations with the Postal Service and the National Association of Postal Supervisors, The National League of Postmasters and the National Association of Postmasters of the United States have concluded, resulting in a four-year compensation package that will remain in effect through fiscal year 2010.
Labor Relations Vice President Doug Tulino said, “This four-year pay package extends our market-based, performance driven compensation philosophy using our award-winning Pay-for-Performance program as the foundation for building organizational success.”
For more information on the new EAS pay packages, including the PFP pay matrix and salary ranges, go to: http://blue.usps.gov/hrisp/comp/eas.htm. (internal link)