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2014-12-22

LPO

Post to review licensed post office payments

Post has been forced to an independent review of its licensed post office network in the wake of a Senate Inquiry in September which called on Australia Post to rethink its payments for licensed post offices with operators struggling on "subsistence levels of remuneration".

In the mean time, Australia Post said it will bring forward its planned $41m in additional payments for licensed post office operators by three months, and set up a working group chaired by Senator Helen Kroger to help address strategic challenges faced by the network.

The working group will include members of organisations representing the operators of Australia’s 2,900 licensed post offices, including the LPO Group, APLAC and POAAL. (Source Post&Parcel).

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