Dispute Over PMRs with Dual Appointments as Casuals Working in Skilled Positions

A national-level grievance has been filed concerning the use of non-bargaining unit employees (PMRs) with a dual appointment as a casual being utilized in assignments requiring training and testing in violation of Article 7.1.B.3 of the National...

Excessing Dispute: Separation of Casuals, Regardless of Craft, Appealed to Arbitration

The APWU has appealed to national-level arbitration a dispute over the Postal Service's obligation to separate all casuals, regardless of craft, to the extent that it will minimize the impact of excessing on regular (full-time or part-time) work...

Dispute Filed Concerning USPS Failure to Bargain Over Safety and Ergonomic Issues

The APWU has initiated a national dispute over the Postal Service's failure and refusal to meet and bargain in good faith the the Union about safety and ergonomic issues associated with the Delivery Bar Code Sorter (DCBS).

Contract Wage Increase Affects Dues

A salary increase negotiated in the form of an upgrade in the 2006-2010 Collective Bargaining Agreement will take effect Feb. 16. In accordance with Article 16, Section 2(a) of the APWU Constitution and Bylaws, this will result in a corresponding...

Dispute Over Deficiencies in the Casual Compliance Report

This dispute concerns deficiencies in the Casual Compliance Report provided to the APWU for purposes of monitoring compliance with contractual limitations on the hiring of casuals.

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