Management Takes Initial Steps To Comply with ‘Global Settlement’ Award

After stonewalling for more than two months, the Postal Service has taken initial steps to enforce an arbitration ruling that was a major victory for the APWU.

Enforcing the Award

The 2010-2015 Collective Bargaining Agreement and a ruling of Arbitrator Shyam Das impose strict limits on the amount of bargaining unit work postmasters and supervisors may perform.  

Union Wins Huge Arbitration For Clerks in Small Offices

The union won a major arbitration victory on March 29, when Arbitrator Shyam Das issued a long-awaited decision that will affect Clerk Craft jobs in small post offices. The ruling settles a long-simmering dispute about the amount of bargaining unit...

Clerk Craft Challenges Plan To Transfer Time & Attendance Work

The APWU is challenging a Postal Service decision to transfer duties of Time and Attendance Control System (TACS) clerks to another bargaining unit.

APWU Wins Address Management Jobs

The APWU and the USPS signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Sept. 25 that outlines procedures for filling 318 newly-created Level 7 Address Management System Technicians positions.