Jobs MOU Violation Remedy Payments Scheduled for August 4 - September 1, 2023
The Clerk Craft reached a $67 million dollar settlement with the USPS on the Jobs MOU violation. The Postal Service was required to provide 800 additional jobs, of which 362 had yet to be created and posted. These positions were the Human Resource/Training Technician jobs that were supposed to have been created in the bid clusters for the sixty-seven (67) Districts. The monetary settlement follows a ruling by Arbitrator Stephen Goldberg that the Postal Service violated Arbitrator Goldberg’s previous award.
Arbitrator Goldberg determined the specific offices where the violations took place. Only those employees identified as receiving payments will have a payment listed. If your name is not found and/or there is no payment, then you were not identified as being a part of the payout remedy. There are approximately only one thousand (1000) employees in the entire country identified for payment. The zero amount is in instances where there was an end result of an overpayment, yet the Agreement states there will be no Letter of Demand issued for the overpayment to the employee.
Implementation Agreement Reached for Clerk Craft Jobs MOU Remedy Summary
MOU Implementation Clerk Craft Jobs Monetary Remedy Payment 071123
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