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 Over Sunday Premium When on Administrative Leave Appealed to Arbitration

The Union has appealed to arbitration a dispute over whether employees on Administrative Leave are entitled to Sunday Premium pay for any eligible hours they would have worked if not for being placed on administrative leave. 

Dispute Over VER and Severance Pay Appealed to Arbitration

The APWU has appealed to national-level arbitration a dispute over bargaining unit employees' entitlement to severance pay when they accept voluntary early retirement (VER) benefits.

Dispute Over Reassignment of APWU Bargaining-Unit Employees to Other Craft's Vacant Assignments

The APWU initiated a dispute over whether there is a disagreement between the parties regarding Article 12.5.C.5.a(4) or similar provisions of the National Agreement, and applicable provisions of handbooks and manuals, concerning reassignment of...

Testing Issues Resolved For Motor Vehicle Mechanics

The APWU and USPS have settled several issues involving which exams MVS employees must take to qualify for positions that were upgraded in 2001. The disputes arose when the Postal Service issued new qualification standards for the upgraded positions...

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