12/01/2010 - The APWU and Postal Service will continue contract negotiations, and have agreed to extend the 2006-2010 Collective Bargaining Agreement for a third time, APWU President Cliff Guffey announced Dec. 1.
News: Contract Negotiations
USPS Extends Bidding
11/30/2010 - Union and management representatives continued bargaining Nov. 30, and will meet again on Dec. 1 — the day the contract is set to expire.
11/29/2010 - Contract negotiations between the APWU and the Postal Service resumed Nov. 29, with a Dec. 1 deadline fast approaching. Talks will continue on Nov. 30.
11/23/2010 - The APWU Operating Services Agreement typically terminates with the APWU National Agreement.
APWU, USPS to Continue Talks on Nov. 29
11/23/2010 - Negotiators for the union and the U.S. Postal Service have extended their Collective Bargaining Agreement for a second time, until Dec. 1, and will continue bargaining on Monday, Nov. 29, APWU President Cliff Guffey announced today. “Although we have not yet reached agreement, we remain hopeful that we can arrive at a settlement,” he said.
11/21/2010 - The APWU and the Postal Service have agreed to extend the Operating Services agreement through Tuesday, Nov. 30, at noon ET, said APWU Support Services Director Bill Manley.
Bargaining Continues as Contract Deadline Nears
11/20/2010 - Negotiations between the APWU and the Postal Service are continuing throughout the day Saturday, with the contract set to expire at midnight on Nov. 20.
2010 APWU Negotiations
11/20/2010 - APWU President Cliff Guffey announced that the union and Postal Service have extended their Collective Bargaining Agreement through Tuesday, Nov. 23, at noon ET.
11/20/2010 - APWU President Cliff Guffey announced that the union and the Postal Service have agreed to extend the Collective Bargaining Agreement until Tuesday, Nov. 23, at noon. The contract was scheduled to expire Nov. 20, at noon ET.
Contract Negotiations Update
11/18/2010 - Postal Service negotiators continue to express interest in APWU contract proposals, “but so far have failed to put anything in writing,” APWU President Cliff Guffey reported to the Rank and File Bargaining Advisory Committee on Nov. 18.