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    Facing the Battles Ahead Through Postal Union Solidarity. National Postal Mail Handlers Union (NPMHU) President Paul Hogrogian addressed the vital importance of postal union solidarity and a united effort in facing the battles ahead. He reminded the delegation that postal unions must put our differences aside and lead the fight to save the USPS and fight for union-friendly legislators. Hogrogian continued to speak about how together the postal unions must all fight, “to enact meaningful postal legislation that is fair for all postal workers, fair for the Postal Service and fair for the American public.” He said that working together, the postal unions can ensure, “that worker-friendly, union-friendly, postal-friendly candidates, regardless of political affiliation, are elected to Congress,” and can also, “elect a worker-friendly, union-friendly candidate to the White House.”
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      NPMHU Bidding Procedures Modified as Negotiations Continue

      The parties affirm that effective September 21, 2022, employees represented by the NPMHU will be allowed to bid under the new contract, whether or not the parties reach a tentative settlement, extend bargaining, or enter into impasse procedures. Successful bids on or after September 21, 2022 will be counted towards the bid maximums established in the 2022 National Agreement.

      NPMHU Bidding Procedures

      NPMHU and USPS present opening statements as

      National Negotiations begin in Washington DC

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      National Postal Mail Handlers Union, National President Delivered his Opening Speech

      Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) set at $2,455

      Effective August 27, 2022, all career Mail Handler craft employees are scheduled to receive a cost-of-living (COLA) adjustment as outlined in Article 9.3 of the 2019 National Agreement. This is the last of six possible COLA increases under the terms of the current agreement. This COLA increase is based on the upward change in the relevant Consumer Price Index (CPI) following the release of the July 2022 Index, using the July 2019 CPI index as a base.  The increase will appear in paychecks dated September 16, 2022 (Pay Period 19-2022).The resulting calculation provides an annual increase of $2,455 or $1.18 per hour for all Steps in Table 1 and for Step P of Table 2. The remaining Steps in Table 2 will receive the proportional COLA increase percentages as outlined in Article 9.3 of the National Agreement.

      Urge your Representatives and Senators to Support the USPS Shipping Equity Act

      The National Postal Mail Handlers Union is joining with the Distilled Spirits Council,APWU, NALC, and Brewers and Distillers to request members of Congress to cosponsor the USPS Shipping Equity Act, H.R. 3287/S. 1663. As this legislation overturns Prohibition Era regulations, the USPS will be able to meet the demands of customers to ship directly from producers and will generate $190 million annually for the Postal Service. 

      Please use this link to contact your members of Congress and Senators 

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      Section 11.5 Holiday on Non-Work Day

      A.When a holiday falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be observed as the holiday. When a holiday falls on Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be observed as the holiday.

      B.When an employee's scheduled non-work day falls on a day observed as a holiday, the employee's scheduled workday preceding the holiday shall be designated as that employee's holiday.

      When a holiday falls on the employee’s non-scheduled day, the first scheduled workday preceding the holiday is designated as his/her holiday.

      An exception occurs when the holiday falls on Sunday and Sunday is also the employee’s nonscheduled day, as explained in the first example hereunder.

      Examples:

      1. If a holiday falls on Sunday and the employees’ non-work days are Saturday and Sunday, the employees’ designated holiday would be Monday. If the nonwork days are Sunday and Monday, the employees’ designated holiday would be Saturday. If the non-work days are Saturday and Friday, the employees’ holiday would be Sunday since Sunday is a work day.
      2. If the holiday falls on Saturday and the employees’ non-work days are Saturday and Sunday, the employees’ designated holiday would be Friday. If the employees’ non-work days are Saturday and Friday, the employees’ designated holiday would be Thursday. If the employees’ non-work days are Sunday and Monday, the employees’ holiday would be Saturday since Saturday is a work day.
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