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APWU Web News Article 128-2016

APWU Urges Obama to Veto Bill that Would Weaken Truck Safety

06/22/2016 - The APWU is urging President Obama to veto an appropriations bill if it comes to his desk with a provision that would weaken truck safety regulations. As it is currently written, the appropriations bill for the Departments of Transportation (H.R. 2577) includes a section that would block implementation of DOT rules that limit the number of hours drivers can be on duty. 

MVS Workers Drive the Message Home

05/01/2016 -


MVS panel participants (top row): Michael McDonald,
Steven Dietz, William Drew (bottom row) Robert Stierle,
Virgil Fleming, Kevin Knapp and Robert Strickland.

(This article first appeared in the May-June 2016 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.)

The American Postal Workers Union has entered the final step in our fight for a good contract: Interest Arbitration. This is a process whereby issues that were not resolved during negotiations between the employer and the union are presented to a neutral arbitrator, agreed upon by both parties, for a final and binding resolution.

 

APWU News Bulletin

Union Wraps Up Opening Round In Contract Arbitration

04/14/2016 -


On opening day, union members wore stickers in a show of solidarity.
Shown here: Central Florida Area Local.

On April 5 and 6 the APWU completed the opening round of its case before the arbitration panel that will decide the terms of a new contract, with testimony supporting the union’s economic package and proposals to eliminate multiple tiers within the workforce.  

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Postal Lives at Risk

03/01/2016 - (This article first appeared in the March-April 2016 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.) 

A shocking lack of security at many of the nation’s 21 Network Distribution Centers (NDCs) is jeopardizing the lives of postal employees.                   

Unfortunately, postal management seems unresponsive.

APWU Web News Article 029-2016

Workers Testify at Contract Arbitration

‘They Spoke for All of Us’

02/19/2016 - Workers had a seat at the table – the arbitration table – on the second and third day of hearings, testifying in vivid detail about the work they do, the responsibilities bestowed on them, and their unwavering commitment to serving postal customers.

 

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