Postal managers may face tougher performance-pay standards in ’05

"The U.S. Postal Service and leaders of postal management organizations are considering tougher standards for pay-for-performance raises in fiscal 2005. ... [NAPS President Vince] Palladino said that under draft goals, higher percentages of second-day Priority mail, overnight, second-day and third-day first-class mail must be delivered on time. The number of sick days and accidents in fiscal 2005 must be lower than the previous year. There would be no change in the next-day Express mail delivery rates, Palladino said."
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