NALC advises all NALC activists to not volunteer to serve as a Safety Ambassador or participate in the newly developed Safety Ambassador Program.

There is a short window of opportunity for letter carriers who may have been adversely affected by the USPS National Reassessment Process (NRP) to now file a claim for relief.

The class action complaint covers all injured-on-duty employees who were reassessed under the NRP during the period May 5, 2006 through July 1, 2011.

If you were subject to the NRP and believe you are entitled to individual relief, check out the NALC website by clicking on the link below: 

https://www.nalc.org/news/nalc-updates/eeoc-finds-usps-practiced-disability-discrimination

 

Striking the federal government has been illegal since 1912. But that is exactly what happened 48 years ago when NALC Members in Branch 36 (New York) voted to walk off the job on March 17, 1970. Picket lines went up at midnight all over New York City and spread like wildfire through the country as other NALC locals including Boston, Branch #34 voted to strike. 

While most of those who hit the bricks are long retired, we owe it to those who put their jobs on the line to Remember!

Please be advised that the Branch #34 March Monthly Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 13th has been POSTPONED due to anticipated heavy snow accumulation.