Two Alternative Separation Dates for Special Incentives for Postmasters May Be Offered

Additional Postmaster Jobs Will be Posted From June 6 Through June 12.

Today, the Postal Service mailed the following letter to all  Postmasters:

Regarding the Special Incentive Offer announced to you May 9, 2012; the separation date is July 31, 2012. However, based on operational requirements and at management’s discretion, two alternate separation dates (August 31 and September 30) may be used.The Postal Service has developed a change process for effective separation dates, with your local management. If there is an impact, your manager will discuss your alternate effective date with you. Determinations for separation dates will be made and communicated to you by your local management by July 9, 2012.

Also, please be aware that additional vacant Post Offices have been identified. Another Limited Area of Consideration (LAC) eCareer posting for these offices will be available beginning June 6, 2012, through June 12, 2012. Only current career Postmasters within the districts where the jobs are posted will be eligible to apply. Selections for these offices will be completed prior to July 2, 2012.

For more information, please review the attached FAQs regarding the Special Incentive for Postmasters, also located on Workforce Connection<> via LiteBlue.

Special Incentive FAQs

Charlie Moser
June 4, 2012

3 thoughts on “Two Alternative Separation Dates for Special Incentives for Postmasters May Be Offered

  1. Guffey needs to go. Mail handler union can neg early out. And our Guffey holds informal talks. He rushed us on the new contract to vote yes but on the early out he’s dragging his girly feet. We need his butt out the door!!!!

  2. On March 8, 2012, in the United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, Pamela S. Hinzman, former Treasurer of American Postal Workers Union (APWU) Local 1580 (located in Parkersburg, W.Va.), pled guilty to embezzlement of union funds in the amount of $26,260.68. The plea follows an investigation by the OLMS Pittsburgh District Office

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