USPS Announces Final Postmaster Pay Package for 2011-2015

Postmasters to receive an important nationwide announcement this evening, with details to follow tomorrow.

Today, the Postal Service announced a final Postmaster Pay Package for FY- 2011-2015.  After spending more time consulting on the extended pay talks than was spent on the original consultation process, improvements to the previously announced package were achieved.  While the original pay package offered no assurances for PFP rating applications to salaries, the new package provides assurances for PFP rating applications to salaries in Fiscal Years 2014 and 2015.  PFP rating applications to salaries in FY 2013 will be subject to the Postal Service’s compensation practices throughout the United States economy.

The revised pay package provides for a 9% increase in contributions towards the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program (FEHP) plan over a 3 year period, as opposed to a 9% increase over a two year period in the original package.  Details on the pay package can be found here PMPayPackage2011_2015

An important nationwide announcement will be made to all Postmasters this evening, with details to be provided tomorrow. Please check Breaking News on the NAPUS website for information as it becomes available tomorrow.  Please check the NAPUS website on the Breaking News link.

Charlie Moser
May 8, 2011

Postmasters Pay Package

8 thoughts on “USPS Announces Final Postmaster Pay Package for 2011-2015

  1. Yes sir…..more commercials n pickets – that’s what’s needed. I’m all for a raise to APWU dues to pay for them. 4 more for Hussein!

  2. Make sure you take care of those postmasters who do almost no work! Like the postmaster in Crawfordsville, IN making $90K and who worked just 4 hours or less a day! Make sure you take care of her because, of course, no one else deserves to be considered!

  3. PFP motivates bully-dictorial workplace climate. VOE is manipulated. PM should be psychlogicaly evaluated for childhood or genetic makeup that creates inhumane behavior when in authorative position. PFP should not be included in any salary package for government employees as they are paid to perform to produce to meet goals and not extra pay to manipulate numbers for extra pay. Pressure starts in higher management levels and runs it course to line supervisionn to meet numbers by any means. Threats or manipulation to make the numbers. PFP is a private sector loy and not a money loosing government service such as USPS.

  4. What a screw job. Less annual and sick leave for the new hires, no raises for 2011 and 2012, how about Donohoe, he screwed the post office of 276, 840 per year plus other income which probably totals over 800000 dollars, let’s see his tax return. What a schmuck. He should be fired for contempt.

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