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The North Carolina Letter Carrier Welcomes
National Sales Manager
North Carolina Letter Carriers,
we appreciate your business over the years
and look forward to serving your
postal needs in the future
Attention: Newly Hired, Career-track
City Carrier Assistants (CCAs)
If you have questions about pay, workload, relative standing and more should download the free NALC City Carrier Assistant Rights & Benefits booklet. This 12-page PDF also discusses uniforms, annual and sick leave, rights under the NALC-USPS National Agreement, health insurance, opting and hold-downs, and the various contract memorandums of understanding (MOUs) that deal specifically with CCAs. Click here to download the booklet (PDF, 1 MB).
MOU for filling residual vacancies: The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Re: Residual Vacancies – City Letter Carrier Craft, M-01824, puts in place a procedure for filling residual vacancies that includes assignment of unassigned regulars, conversion to regular of part-time flexibles (PTFs), transfers, and city carrier assistant (CCA) conversions to full-time regular career status. Read more about the procedure here. An updated list of vacancies available for transfer opportunities under M-01824 was posted in eReassign Feb. 1 and is available here. Transfer requests from career employees will be accepted through eReassign following the procedure in the MOU. For assistance with eReassign click here, or contact your shop steward, branch president or national business agent’s office. To find your national business agent’s office, click here.
Tim Greene for
Asheboro City Council
Letter carrier and union activist, Tim Greene, is running
for a seat on Asheboro's city council. Check out his website
H. Res. 12: 6-day resolution re-introduced in the House to preserve 6-day mail delivery. So far it has 45 co-sponsors. Check here to see if your representative has signed on.
28: Door delivery resolution reintroduced in
the House “expressing the sense of the House of
Representatives that the United States Postal Service should take
all appropriate measures to ensure the continuation of its 6-day
mail delivery service.”
During the National Rap Session in Houston today, NALC President Fredric V. Rolando formally announced the new name of NALC’s political action committee (PAC). For details, click here.
Guide to Route Inspections: This guide assists
shop stewards and branch officers in identifying contractual
violations that take place during management's unilateral six-day
route counts and inspections/adjustments, and with filing
successful grievances on those violations.
Click here to download the
The Central NC Chapter of the American Red Cross needs volunteer drivers in Durham, NC for their transportation program. Drivers assist the elderly, low-income people and people with disabilities in getting to their medical appointments. For more info call 919-489-6541 ext 4120 and speak with Jeffrey Isaacson.
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Richard Thayer, Editor
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Thomasville, NC 27360