The National Postal Mail Handlers Union (NPMHU) membership has ratified a new three-year labor contract with the Postal Service.
The contract covers more than 55,000 employees represented by the union.
Highlights of the agreement include annual general wage increases, semiannual cost of living adjustments, continued operational flexibility through use of an expanded mail handler assistant workforce, and measures designed to address critical employee recruitment and retention needs.
“This agreement is fair and balanced. It addresses both parties’ bargaining objectives in a financially responsible manner and is consistent with the Delivering for America 10-year plan for a modern and financially self-sustaining Postal Service,” said Doug Tulino, deputy postmaster general and chief human resources officer.
The new agreement runs through Sept. 20, 2025.