What is the elm in the post office?

What is the elm in the post office?

The Employee and Labor Relations Manual
The Employee and Labor Relations Manual (ELM) is a critical tool for understanding and implementing the programs and processes that contribute to this goal.

What payroll system does USPS use?

LiteBlue is a web-based portal specifically designed for USPS employees that can be accessed via liteblue.usps.gov. LiteBlue ePayroll allows employees to review their payroll accounts, allotments and benefits. LiteBlue login requires your EIN and your USPS password.

What grade is a rural carrier associate?

Rate Schedule Code Salary Schedule Range
B Rural Auxiliary Grade 5
B Rural Carrier Associate blank
B Rural Carrier Relief blank
T Tool and Die Shop Grades 4-11

How does USPS pay scale work?

The average starting pay (wages only) for these positions range from $16.74 – $19.19 per hour. When you add the value of the benefits (worth about 33% of wages, as reported above), the pay range for these positions is therefore $20.17 per hour for non-career employees to $39.98 per hour for career employees.

What is deemed desirable?

The term Deems Desirable is derived from the Employee Labor Management Manual (ELM) Section 513.36, Medical documentation for absences of three days or less, “…. when the supervisor deems documentation desirable for the protection of the interests of the Postal Ser- vice.”

How do I use sick leave USPS?

The Postal Service is reminding employees how to report their absences when they take unscheduled leave. You must call the Interactive Voice Response system at 877-477-3273 to report any unscheduled leave as soon as possible. To request unscheduled leave, select option 4 when prompted.

What is USPS higher level pay?

417.335 Payment Amount Higher level pay is calculated as follows: To or Within the EAS Schedule, Except Rural Carriers. The employee receives a salary increase equal to 5 percent of the employee’s actual salary or the minimum salary for the higher grade, whichever is greater.

Is USPS a GS scale?

In 2020, the Internal Revenue Service hired the most employees titled Mail And File, with an average salary of $34,325. Government Mail And File jobs are classified under the General Schedule (GS) payscale.

Is it worth being a rural mail carrier?

The pay is excellent for a part time job (especially considering the USPS difficulty getting funding), and you only work Sundays and (most) holidays, having a few off (New Years, July 4, Thanksgiving, and Christmas off the top of my head).