Useful Links

TENTATIVE CONTACT SUMMARY
TENTATIVE CONTRACT SUMMARY.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [465.1 KB]

 

LITE BLUE   www.liteblue.usps.gov   everything related to you and your job as a postal employee

 

 

EMPLOYEE RECORDS www.eopt.usps.gov

 

REVIEW YOURS AND IF YOU FIND ANY DISCIPLINE THAT IS OBSOLETE

 

WRITE A LETTER TO REQUEST IT BE CORRECTED TO:

 

OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MGT. LABOR RELATIONS,RIO GRANDE DIST.

 1 POST OFFICE DR. SA TX 78284

 

NALC HEALTH BENEFIT PLAN  www.nalchbp.org

 

NALC HEALTH INSURANCE CONTACT INFO

 http://www.nalc.org/depart/hbp/News/CONTACT/index.html

 

 

 

 Contact Burnie Miller thru the branch with any questions you may have about the plan

 

ALL HEALTHCARE PLANS THIS YEAR WILL OFFER 3 LEVELS OF PLANS SELF, SELF PLUS ONE AND FAMILY

 

Transfer opportunities: For the current list of city letter carrier positions available for transfer

under the provisions of M-01834, click here.

 

 TEXAS STATE ASSOCIATION OF LETTER CARRIERS  www.tsalc.net

 

 

YOU RECIEVE, AT NO OUT OF POCKET COST TO YOU

 

 JUST BY VIRTUE OF YOUR NALC MEMBERSHIP 

 

$7500 IN ACCIDENTIAL DEATH INSURANCE COVERAGE

 

$5000 FROM THE NATIONAL NALC

 

AND $2500 FROM www.americanincomelife.com

 

LOCAL LMOU 2006
LMOU2006 (1).pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [3.2 MB]
FMLA HANDBOOK
FMLA HANDBOOK.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [420.2 KB]

 

 

USPS: Notice to All USPS Employees with Military Service

USPS: Notice to All USPS Employees with Military Service

Should I Complete a Service Credit Deposit for Post-1956 Military Service? A deposit for qualifying military service is optional and may benefit your retirement; however, YOU must take the first…

 

 

 

SERVICES AND PRODUCTS FOR MEMBERS ONLY

  Union Plus benefits — NALC members can take advantage
of a long list of money-saving Union Plus benefits, including home
mortgages.
  NALC Products — A convenient online catalog and
order form for buying hats, shirts, watches and more from the NALC Insignia
Collection.
  Nalcrest — NALC's retirement community
  Scholarships available to children of NALC members:
William C. Doherty Scholarships, John T. Donelon Scholarship, Costas G.
Lemonopoulos Scholarship, Union Plus Scholarships
  Postal Employees' Relief Fund — To aid postal employees who
are victims of natural disasters
  Killed in the Line of Duty: Application form to have
members who were killed in the line of duty memorialized on a plaque at NALC
headquarters.
  College degree program
The National Labor College of the George Meany Center for Labor Studies offers
local union leaders the opportunity to pursue a degree while continuing to
work.
  Hit Home is an opportunity for
NALC members across the country to make the American dream of homeownership an
affordable reality. Benefits include savings at closing, payment options that
can save thousands of dollars over the life of your loan and free homebuyer
education and credit counseling.
  Legal
movie and TV show downloads
— The Internet is full of sources to download
media, but how do you know which ones are legal and pay these workers their due?
Now there’s a way to find out.
 
 

 

 

Friends and partners of the association provide a lot of useful and interesting information that you might like. Check out their websites:

 

For both on and off the job injury care by union doctors

 

www.procarespine.com Pro-Care Clinic:

 

www.uniontreatmentcenters.com  Union Treatment Center

 

www.mda.org     NALC SUPPORTS THE MDA

 

www.safoodbank.org   OUR LOCAL FOOD BANK

 

www.aflcio.com    AFL-CIO WEBSITE

 

www.txnarfe.org  NATIONAL ASSOC.OF RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES-TEXAS BRANCH

 

 

 

Delivering mail—and so much more: On the AFL-CIO website under "In Our Communities" is a story about how letter carriers—besides delivering mail to every American community six days a week—serve as our neighborhoods' eyes and ears, collect food for our hungry customers through the annual food drive, and raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Click here to read the story.

 

 

 

Greetings from the National Association of Letter Carriers Auxiliary

The National Ladies Auxiliary—forerunner of today's NALC Auxiliary—was established in 1905 by a group of women interested in letter carrier issues because of their relationships as the wives, daughters, mothers and sisters of letter carriers. Their aim was to assist in gaining favorable legislation to provide better working conditions for letter carriers, including laws providing for Sunday closing, shorter work days, sick leave, compensation for injuries received while on duty, salary increases, and annuities for widows and survivors.

Today, the membership has expanded to include both female and male spouses, relatives and friends of letter carriers, but the basic goals of promoting the interests of letter carriers and their families remains the same.


Now available—

—postcards for you to use as a tool in recruiting new members or writing a thank you or a reminder about an upcoming meeting or activity to existing members.  Please contact NALCA Secretary Marie Rasmussen if you are interested in receiving these postcards and for pricing information.
—Carrier Corps 2012 sign-up form. Members of the Carrier Corps lead NALC’s grassroots efforts to represent the views of letter carriers in Washington and help pro-letter carrier candidates win election to Congress. Click here to download the form. Carrier Corps 2012

AUXILIARY TOPICS
About NALCA - Describes the aims, objectives and projects of the
national NALC Auxiliary
Officers - Auxiliary officers are elected every two years at national conventions
History - Founded in 1905, the NALC Auxiliary has a long history of helping letter carriers and their families
Convention - Information on the Auxiliary's national conventions, which are held every two years
Become a member - Information on how you can join
NALCA Supply Order Form - Order NALCA supplies with this PDF form
 

 

 

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