The Postal Service is setting higher caps for its managers, supervisors and postmasters in the new year.
The United Postmasters and Managers Association (UPMA) recently agreed to new salary ranges proposed by USPS. The agreement also applies to members of the National Association of Postal Supervisors.
Under the agreement, USPS will increase the top range of Executive Administrative Schedule (EAS) salaries by 4.7%. USPS will also increase the minimum salaries for each pay band will also increase.
UPMA President Edmund Carley said in an interview that members will see about a 5% average pay increase.