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USPS Announces FY 2014 Pay for Performance Program

Postal Headquarters Announces FY 2014 Pay for Performance Program and National Performance Assessment Corporate and Unit Indicators 1a-NAPUS-small

For the first time in recent history, the NPA Unit and proposed Corporate Indicator targets and thresholds will be available to Postmasters at the beginning of the Fiscal Year (FY-2014.) The files provide the finalized Unit and proposed Corporate Indicators weights and depths for each NPA scorecard, along with a brief description of all Indicator changes. Finalized Corporate Indicators will be provided upon approval by the Board of Governors.

The Performance Evaluation System (PES) for FY 2014 will open on Tuesday, October 1, 2014. Postmasters should confirm their profiles to begin the goal setting process, and evaluators must conduct one-on-one discussions. Information, materials and links pertaining to the PFP process, PES, and NPA can be found on the Blue Page by selecting Human Resources then Pay for Performance.

The above information was announced today by Chief Human Resources Officer and Executive Vice President Jeff Williamson. Mr Williamson led the cooperative effort between USPS groups and management association leaders to establish goals by the beginning of FY 2014. Please see the attachements below.

PFP Prog FY 2014 (3)

NPA 2014 Indicators Targets-Depths-Composite Weights 9-30-13 (3)

NPA FY2014 NPA Planning – Summary (3)

Charlie Moser – NAPUS
September 30, 2013

3 Responses to USPS Announces FY 2014 Pay for Performance Program

  1. biscuit

    October 1, 2013 at 10:13 pm

    Pay for performance is a good thing, if the performance reports, figures, volumes, etc. are accurate and honest…and if performance is not enhanced on the backs of the employees by demanding unreasonable performance on their part. This is how the bonuses were given in the past, and the employees suffered harassment and lack of respect.

  2. Ken Lerch

    February 16, 2014 at 12:08 pm

    This is bad idea. The USPS is a service for the American people. This will lead to falsification, less service and harassment for the hard working Postal workers.

  3. Andre Diamond

    October 13, 2014 at 8:38 am

    Post Masters violate the National Agreement at least twice a day every day. Does anyone think offering extra pay for number driven goals is going to decrease the number of grievances? The last quarterly meeting of Management and Labor held in Brentwood that I attended, was concerned about the cost of settling grievances. Which is it boys? Do you really want more grievances or do you want to reward mistreatment of employees from a manager who really only works 4 hours a day?

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