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  2. Web News Article #: 8-2018 (L-R) AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz Shuler Presenting the award to Secretary-Treasurer Liz Powell On Sunday, Jan. 14, Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth “Liz” Powell was honored by the AFL-CIO Civil and Human Rights Executive Council Committee with the “At the River I Stand” award, at the 2018 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Civil and Human Rights Conference, appropriately themed “Reclaiming Our Dream: Strategize, Organize, Mobilize.” View the full article
  3. Web News Article #: 7-2018 The Clerk Craft and the USPS agreed on a $36 million remedy settlement for the Postal Service’s violations regarding the Sales Retention Team (SRT) Pilot Program. The money will be distributed among Clerk Craft employees to be identified by the National APWU. View the full article
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  5. Web News Article #: 6-2018 The Voluntary Early Retirement (VER) recently announced for eligible Clerk Craft employees by the Postal Service has generated many questions from the members of the APWU... It is not the place of the national APWU to give advice on whether to retire or not. That is a personal decision. However, it is decision with implications that members should know and consider. View the full article
  6. Web News Article #: 5-2018 APWU will be holding a Tele-Town Hall on January 24 for an opportunity to hear about specific actions you can take in the fight for better working conditions and the ability to provide a better standard of living for APWU members and families. View the full article
  7. Web News Article #: 4-2018 On Jan. 5, the APWU and USPS signed a Memorandum of Understanding Re: Clerk Craft PSE Hiring and One Day Break. The new MOU designates Saturday, the first day of the pay period, as the hire date of all Clerk Craft Postal Support Employees (PSEs). View the full article
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  19. Web News Article #: 2-2018 Today, January 4, 2018, the APWU was notified by letter that the USPS is offering voluntary early out retirement (VERA) for eligible clerk craft employees. This letter was received with no advance notification to the union or negotiations with the APWU over who the VERA applied to and under what conditions. View the full article
  20. Web News Article #: 3-2018 Click below to watch President Dimondstein's New Year message to APWU members View the full article
  21. Web News Article #: 1-2018 The Secretary-Treasurer’s Department will be hosting an Officer’s Fiduciary Responsibility & QuickBooks Training in New Orleans, LA from April 7-10, 2018. View the full article
  22. Unpopular Tax Bill Passes

    Web News Article #: 120-2017 On Wednesday Dec. 20, Congress voted to pass a tax bill designed to reward the super wealthy and major corporations with more money. Despite being an unpopular bill opposed by hard-working families across the country, it passed without any bipartisan support and awaits the president’s signature to be signed into law. View the full article
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    News Service Bulletin #: 08-2017 View the full article
  24. Web News Article #: 119-2017 In an award issued December 8, 2017, Das found that the “End of Day” button – a function the Postal Service added into the Retail System Software (RSS) point-of-sale system allowing postmasters to enter and exit the system without fully closing out – did not satisfy the requirement in the Global Settlement Remedy Agreement that postmasters are allowed to perform bargaining unit work for only 15 hours per week, to be counted from the start to the “end of day.” View the full article
  25. Web News Article #: 119-2017 On Nov. 22, the MVS Division settled a longstanding grievance, QOOV-4Q-C 05171465, regarding Driver Safety Instructor (DSI) positions. In the dispute, the Union’s grievance sought to upgrade the DSI one level higher than the Tractor Trailer Operator (TTO). View the full article
  26. Web News Article #: 120-2017 An APWU advocate was notified two days before a Mail Handler hearing on a dispute regarding scanning duties. The advocate did not have the proper time to prepare for the case as an intervener, as such they requested a continuance and the request was denied. The case and the issue was then referred to Step 4 for an interpretive review. On August 15, the parties met at the headquarters level to discuss the dispute. On Dec. 4, the issue was resolved with the acknowledgement that the intervening party has all rights including the request for a continuance. View the full article
  27. Web News Article #: 118-2017 Per the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the new leave year begins and ends as indicated below: Begins: PP 02-2018, Jan 6, 2018 Ends: PP 01-2019, Jan 4, 2019 View the full article
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