DISTRICT MEETINGS are currently posted on the “District Meeting” page
What is your reason for not attending? Is your time more valuable than your job?
What WILL YOU do when there is no more USPS because you did not care
enough to go to a meeting that your dues are paying for?
Consider this your challenge!
Relief Day Work List
Since the first full pay period in May this year begins on May 3, 2014, the relief day work list should be posted in each delivery unit beginning three weeks prior on April 12, 2014. The list should remain open until April 25, 2014. The new list will become effective and begin to be utilized beginning May 3, 2014.
- NEW EMA RATE effective April 5, 2014
- Greeting Card Association and the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association Call for Meaningful Postal Reform
- Postal unions form alliance to preserve America’s postal service
- Proposed Obama Budget, WRONG On Postal Service – President Dwyer, NRLCA
“Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle have expressed support for the protection of six-day mail delivery. The NRLCA and its members urge President Obama and his administration to support the U.S. Postal Service and abandon its insistence on slashing and eliminating service.”
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Question Box: RDWL & H-L Option The new guarantee year begins on October 19, 2013.
New District Meetings are posted on “District Meetings” page (Others will be added as they are received)
Automated Bidding Presentation View before you BID
- ***NEW Salary Charts are now posted at NRLCA.org***
Click for > MEMBERSHIP NEWS
Are YOU a Rural Craft Employee and a Non-Member? You need to join for the benefits that the NRLCA has bargained for on YOUR behalf. Do your part…
Go to the “Membership Application” page and fill out the application,
print it, sign and date it and mail it to:Ronald Lineberger NCRLCA Sec/Treas 3668 Startown Rd Maiden, NC 28650-8722
If you choose not to be a member, print this card and carry it at all times:
How to apply for a USPS Rural Relief Carrier Employee position
NOTE: Rural Carrier Associates are hired to relieve Regular Rural Carriers.
Click USPS.com Select State ONLY and then click Start. All positions available will be displayed for that state.
Check back at least once a week, as some postings will only be open for a limited amount of time.
You MUST apply while the position is open.
FOR MORE INFORMATION USPS.com/careers
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