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USPS Announces Moratorium on DUO and POStPlan Implementation

From NAPUS:

Postal officials notified NAPUS that Delivery Unit Optimization (DUO) implementations and Post Office closures will be suspended temporarily starting Monday, November 19 and continuing through Friday, January 4, 2013. POStPlan activities will be suspended during Thanksgiving week Monday, November 19 through Sunday, November 25.  No community meetings will be scheduled for that week and there will be no implementation activities.  POStPlan activities will be suspended during the peak Christmas season, starting Saturday, December 8 and continuing through January 6, 2013.

USPS provides list of  level 18 PO’s that were upgraded and had their office status changed from exempt to non-exempt.

Attached below is the list of 1168 level 18 PO’s that were upgraded and had their office status changed from exempt to non-exempt. Work hours were reviewed and staffing for each of the 2858 upgraded level 18 offices and these 1168 offices met the criteria for exempt status. The status of these offices (changing from non-exempt to exempt) will be effective 11-17-12.
FLSA Analysis for Post Offices upgraded to EAS-18 on 10-6-2012

NAPUS consults with USPS officials on Part Time Career (6 hour) Postmaster job postings.

Today, consultations continued between the Postmaster Associations and Postal Headquarters officials on the postings of part time career Postmaster positions (6 hour offices.)  The Postmaster organizations offered recommendations on the posting process and a followup meeting is scheduled between the parties next week.  Please check for updates on the NAPUS website.

 

Charlie Moser
November 8, 2012