|South Jersey Area Local 526
900 Rte 168 Suite D-3
Blackwood, NJ 08012
Phone (856) 228-8090 or (800) 275-2798 FAX (856) 228-2627
The South Jersey Area Local welcomes you to our website. This website will provide information on various issues that our affect our Members. The information has been compiled by us or provides links that will take you to the appropriate web site.
The South Jersey Area Local represents members in the Clerk, Maintenance and Motor Vehicle Crafts in the Southern New Jersey area. Our members are employed in 70 Postal Installations and are under the jurisdiction of the South Jersey District, which also covers the State of Delaware.
Be informed, stay informed. In knowledge there is power, in unity there is strength.
CLEMENTON PARK & SPLASH WORLD
AUGUST 3, 2014 TICKETS JUST $26.00
CHILDREN UNDER 36" FREE!!!
CALL 856-228-8090 FOR TICKETS!!!
VOLUNTARY BENEFITS PLAN
Group Legal Services Plan - OPEN ENROLLMENT!!! (new)
VBP Group Legal Services Plan is now offering an OPEN ENROLLMENT until
July 31, 2014. Just call 1-800-422-4492 to request a brochure.
Enhanced Security for USPS Employee Self-Service Applications
Effective April 28, 2014 your 4-digit USPS PIN (Personal Identification Number) will no longer be used to access HR Self-Service web applications such as Postal Ease, eReassign, eOPF, eIdeas and LiteBlue (including eJob Bidding, eRetire and eCareer).
You should have received a letter notifying you of this change along with instructions on how to set up your "self-service password." You will need your 8 digit Employee ID Number along with your "self-service password" to access HR Self-Service web applications.
If you have not received your letter notifying you of this change and how to create a "self-service password" you need to contact the HR Shared Service Center at 1-877-477-3273, option 5.
APWU, USPS Reach Agreement
On Filling Residual Vacancies
Settlement Will Result in PSE, PTF Conversions New! Click Here!
USPS News Link - New password system NEW! (click here)
Longer password to replace employee PIN online
March 11, 2014
In the coming months, employees will begin using a password to access the USPS LiteBlue website and online self-service applications such as PostalEASE, eCareer, ePayroll, eJob Bidding and eOPF.
Currently, employees use their Employee Identification Numbers (EINs) and 4-digit Personal Identification Numbers (PINs) to access LiteBlue and a range of online self-service USPS applications. That will change, starting in April, when Human Resources and IT launch a new online program to help each employee create a stronger password, 8-16 characters in length.
USPS Withdraws Challenge, PSE Hours Count Toward Desirable Duty Assignments - The Postal Service has withdrawn a challenge to provisions in the Collective Bargaining Agreement that require management to post newly created duty assignments using all available work hours — including hours worked by Postal Support Employees, Clerk Craft officers report.
ACCESS TO YOUR OPF
General Membership Meetings 2013
American Legion Edwin I Johnson Post
All members in good standing are encouraged to attend and participate.