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October 25, 2021
NAPS has engaged in consultation with the U.S. Postal Service since April 22, 2021, over changes in pay policies and schedules and fringe benefits for employees of the Executive and Administrative Schedule (EAS) represented by NAPS for FY20-23.
On Aug. 23, NAPS Headquarters received the Postal Service’s final pay decision through May 20, 2023, for supervisors, managers, Headquarters-reporting personnel and other managerial personnel represented by NAPS.
The NAPS resident officers and Executive Board reviewed the pay decision on Aug. 24 and recognized that the USPS gave full and fair consideration to many of the pay issues of concern to NAPS members. As a result of the USPS pay decision, over 10,000 EAS personnel in Customer Service-related positions will see salary gains through improvements in the supervisor differential adjustment.
Additional features of the USPS pay decision include a 10-cell Pay-for-Perfor-mance (PFP) system that recognizes individual performance, a doubling in the percentage for an EAS upgrade from 2% to 4%, increased annual leave carryover and buyback hours, minimum and maximum salary level increases and the continuation of current levels in EAS employee health insurance premiums.
In addition, the USPS agreed to establish joint USPS/NAPS work teams to improve the PFP system, supervisory staffing, upgrades of designated EAS positions and premium pay. The pay decision covers pay policies and schedules and fringe benefits for EAS employees represented by NAPS through May 20, 2023.
NAPS looks forward to the startup of the work teams to address the pay issues identified in the pay decision. The decision is posted on the NAPS website at www.naps.org.
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