USPS and NALC reach Tentative Contract Agreement


The USPS and NALC have reached a tentative contract agreement.

Per, “The tentative agreement includes provisions rewarding all letter carriers for their contributions to the Postal Service’s extraordinary comeback following the Great Recession; narrowing the compensation gap between city carrier assistants (CCAs) and career letter carriers; creating a formal mechanism to address the problems that have undermined the workplace culture of the Postal Service for much of its history; and preserving the core achievements of our bargaining history, including regular general wage increases and cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs), protections against outsourcing and layoffs, as well as other contractual elements that define our standard of living.”

The tentative agreement covers 213,000 active city letter carriers across the United States.

Additional details are also available in NALC news posting.