NAPUS appeals Postmaster Pay Package to fact-finding

In a special telecom tonight, The NAPUS Executive Board unanimously approved President Bob Rapoza’s request to ask the Federal Mediation and Reconciliation Service to convene a factfinding panel to review the Postal Service’s final decision on the 2011-15 Postmaster Pay Package.

Rapoza told the Board “In view of the Postal Service’s final decision on the Postmaster Pay Package for 2011-2015, I am requesting that the NAPUS Executive Board consider my request to pursue fact finding through the Federal Mediation and Reconciliation Service (FMCS.)”

For more on this historic and unprecedented action, please go to President Rapoza’s Update link on the NAPUS website.

Charlie Moser

November 16, 2011

via NAPUS.

  • bOB

    “Becarefull what you ask for you just might get it”… that said I agree that the pay package was less then desired or earned by the postmasters. However what if the fact finders find that the USPS did not go far enough in take backs? Does the USPS then have the right to use this as a bases for further immediate pay reductions? There was a caveat offered by USPS to the associations which would have been a two year pay freeze and then back at the pay consultations at that time. Why this was not accepted defies logic and at best show ego instead of smarts.