NRP Grievances Pending National-Level Grievances

Director of Industrial Relations Mike Morris has clarified the types of local- and regional-level grievances regarding the National Reassessment Process (NRP) that should be held in abeyance pending the outcome of Step 4 disputes at the national...

GAO Misses the Mark

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) presented a 46-page report on the Postal Service’s National Reassessment Process (NRP) to Congress recently, but failed to address many glaring problems, including many issues raised by APWU representatives...

Unemployment Compensation

Injured employees who undergo the National Reassessment Process (NRP) and are told by the Postal Service either that there is only partial-day work available or that there is no work available, should consider applying for unemployment compensation...

USPS Reassessment Process Background

The Postal Service aggressively monitors limited duty and rehabilitation assignments, and in May, 2005 notified the APWU that the USPS would begin a reassessment of rehabilitation jobs and limited duty assignments. The third pilot of the “...

The Status of NRP

Recently a Postal Service official confirmed that as of December 2010 all reassessments were completed. As a result, the National Reassessment Process protocols are no longer being used. APWU was advised that official union notification has been...

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