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Interest Arbitration: APWU Experts and Clerk Craft Present Evidence

On the third and final day of this week’s interest arbitration session, the APWU gave evidence including a detailed job analysis of the different positions in the APWU bargaining unit and a presentation about how APWU wages compare to other skilled...

PSEs and Postal Banking Feature in Today’s Interest Arbitration

Today, APWU presented evidence on postal service expansion and a panel of Postal Support Employees gave testimony on their experience as PSEs in various postal clerk positions.

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Sunday Premium Settlement

A pre-arbitration settlement (USPS #Q98C-4Q-C 00165413 and Q98C-4Q-C 00152463) reversing changes to the Employee and Labor Relations Manual (ELM) that eliminated the payment of Sunday premium for hours not actually worked, including payment of...

e-Team Report, Dec. 6, 2013

The Staples Deal: Postal Service Moves to Privatize Mail Service Letter Carrier Killed After Postal Cuts Create Unsafe Working Conditions APWU Brings the Street Heat Walmart Workers & Labor Groups Protest Poverty Wages on Black Friday From...

Preference-Eligible Employees Should Look to the CBA

Federal law grants preference-eligible employees specific protection from Reductions in Force (RIFs), and gives them the right to appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) if they believe their rights under Chapter 35 of Title 5 have been...

Quality Home Care and Public Sector Unions at Risk in Supreme Court Case

In the coming weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court will issue a ruling in Harris v. Quinn, a case involving the payment of union dues by public-sector home health workers in Illinois. The decision could come as early as next week or as late as the end of...