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Gearing Up for the 2018 Contract Campaign

08/21/2017 - The APWU’s national headquarters is gearing up for the upcoming 2018 Contract Campaign.  


Members of the Central Arkansas Area Local rocked union gear during the 2015 Contract Campaign

The current Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), also known as a union contract, between the APWU and the USPS expires on Sept. 20, 2018 – just a little over one year from now. The contract determines wages, benefits and conditions of employment. 

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APWU Web News Article 73-2017

Information Technology/Accounting Services Reaches Tentative Agreement with USPS

07/28/2017 - The American Postal Workers Union and United States Postal Service reached a tentative agreement for bargaining unit employees in the Information Technology and Accounting Services Centers (IT/AS). This agreement is subject to ratification by the membership (under the Support Services Division).

APWU Web News Article 68-2017

Tentative Agreement Reached with Salmon Companies

07/12/2017 - The American Postal Workers Union reached a tentative collective bargaining agreement with Salmon Companies, the largest ground transportation supplier to the United States Postal Service. Truck drivers for the private-sector company are members of the APWU Support Services Division. The contract covers locals from Dallas, TX, Shreveport, LA, Little Rock, AR, and Memphis, TN.

APWU Web News Article 66-2017

JCIM is Available

Order Yours Today!

06/29/2017 -

The 2017 Joint Contract Interpretation Manual (JCIM), a resource for the administration of the 2015-2018 Collective Bargaining Agreement, is published! Members can order their bound JCIM for $6 from the APWU Store. Click here to preorder and here for an electronic copy.

 

APWU Web News Article 25-2017

MTESC Workers Unanimously Ratify First Contract

03/09/2017 - New APWU members at the Mail Transport Equipment Service Center (MTESC) in Urbandale, IA, unanimously ratified an initial two-year contract... The contract will increase job security through the implementation of a grievance process, a guaranteed number of full-time employees and a “no-lay-off” clause. The APWU also secured enhanced safety commitments from the company with improved pay and better benefits. 

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