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PMPayPackage2011_2015

PMPayPackage2011_2015

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EAS PAY PACKAGEFISCAL YEARS 2011- 2015POSTMASTERS
This is the Postal Service’s final decision for changes in pay policies and schedules and fringe benefitprograms for employees represented by the National Association of Postmasters of the United States(NAPUS) and the National League of Postmasters of the United States (NLPM). This decision shallremain in effect through Fiscal Year 2015, subject to the provisions of Title 39 U.S. Code § 1001 (e)(4) and (7), and unless a different effective period is specified for a particular provision in the decisionbelow.
1.PAY-FOR-PERFORMANCE
Due to the severe financial difficulties the Postal Service is experiencing, PFP Program ratings will beapplied to salary determinations as follows for the period of Fiscal Year 2011 through Fiscal Year 2015:
1.
PFP Program ratings are suspended and will not be applied to salary determinations for FY2011 and FY2012.2.PFP salary determinations for FY2013 will be subject to the Postal Service’s review of compensation practices throughout the United States economy. Based on that review, PFPprogram ratings will either be suspended or applied to salary determinations.3.For FY2014 and FY2015, PFP ratings will be applied to salary determinations.
2.
PAY FOR PERFORMANCE, PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM (PES)
The core requirements portion (PES) of the PFP program is discontinued.The Postal Service and the Postmaster associations will form a work group to determine how toincorporate the compensation portion of the discontinued core requirements into the NationalPerformance Assessment component of the PFP Program.
3.DISCONTINUATION OF CONVENTION LEAVE
Effective January 14, 2012, Postmaster convention leave as provided under ELM 519.62 will bediscontinued.
4.BEREAVEMENT LEAVE
Beginning January 14, 2012, non-bargaining EAS employees may use up to three workdays of annual leave, sick leave, or leave without pay to make arrangements necessitated by the death of afamily member or attend the funeral of a family member. Authorization of leave beyond three days issubject to the conditions and requirements in ELM 510.Family member is defined as a:(a)Son or daughter – a biological or adopted child, stepchild, daughter-in-law or son-in-law;(b)Spouse;(c)Parent, mother-in-law or father-in-law(d)Sibling – brother, sister, brother-in-law or sister-in-law; or,(e)GrandparentUse of Sick Leave – Sick leave used for this purpose by those eligible for sick leave for dependentcare will be charged to sick leave for dependent care.Documentation – Documentation substantiating the death of the employee’s family member isrequired only when the supervisor deems such documentation desirable for protection of the PostalService’s interests.The Employee and Labor Relations Manual will be revised to incorporate the above BereavementLeave provisions.
5.HEALTH BENEFITS CONTRIBUTION
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Beginning plan year 2011, the employer’s contributions towards the Federal Employee HealthBenefits Program (FEHBP) plan are as follows: 
Plan Year WeightedAverage RateLimitIndividual PlanLimit
201181%84.50%201281%84.50%201378%81.25%201475%78.25%201572%75.00%The employer contribution will not be reduced for plan year 2012.
6.ANNUAL AND SICK LEAVE
The accrual of annual and sick leave as specified in 6A and 6B below will apply only to Postmastershired into the Postal Service after January 14, 2012. The accrual rate applicable to any career Postmaster who is on the rolls prior to January 14, 2012, is in accordance with the current provisionsof Employee and Labor Relations Manual Sections 512.31 and 513.21.
A.ANNUAL LEAVE
 An individual hired by the Postal Service to serve in a Postmaster position on or after 
 
January 14,2012 shall accrue annual leave as follows:
 YEARS OF SERVICEANNUAL LEAVE EARNED YEARLY
Less than 5 years10 days5 years but less than 15 years15 days15 years or more20 days
B.SICK LEAVE
 An individual hired by the Postal Service to serve in a Postmaster position on or after January 14,2012, shall accrue sick leave as follows: The employee will accrue three hours of sick leave per pay period.The Employee and Labor Relations Manual will be revised to incorporate the above Annual and SickLeave provisions.
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