Potential Participants in Class-Action Settlement Should Exercise Caution, APWU Warns

APWU members who are potential participants in the settlement of a class-action discrimination case against the Postal Service must make a decision by June 19, but they should exercise caution in doing so, warns Human Relations Director Sue Carney.

MVS Craft Questions & Answers on Filling Residual Vacancies

The APWU and USPS have agreed to a set of Questions & Answers [PDF] regarding the May 15 Step 4 settlement and March 20 agreement on the conversion of Motor Vehicle Craft Postal Support Employees (PSEs) into residual vacancies.

Finally! USPS Provides Documentation

Ten months after the APWU won an arbitration case protesting violations of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the USPS has provided the APWU with documentation — thousands and thousands of pages of documentation — necessary to determine the remedy...

OTDL Employees on Penalty Overtime To be Priority-Scheduled over Casuals

In a decision issued Nov. 19, 2013, Arbitrator Shyam Das sustained the APWU’s position that full-time employees on the Overtime Desired List (OTDL) must be scheduled for overtime ahead of casual employees on overtime, even if the OTDL employees...

Union Wins Call Center Case

In a decision issued Oct. 28, Arbitrator Stephen B. Goldberg ruled that the USPS must upgrade all Customer Care Agents two levels and must make them whole for all pay and benefits they lost as a result of the improper ranking of their positions.