APWU: Mailing Requirements Clerks and Bulk Mail Clerks to Lose Duty Assignments

From: Lamont Brooks <lbrooks@apwu.org> Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2019 4:00 PM Subject: Mailing Requirements Clerks MRC Helpdesk-Bulk Mail Tech-Genysis-Service Now- 1-800 Number Seven sites were tested using approximately two MRC per District per a USPS to APWU notification in March 2018. The APWU held a nationwide telecon with the locals in March 2018 with seven…

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APWU: Arbitrator Goldberg Award on APPS Installation

Web News Article #: 109-2017 11/09/2017 – Arbitrator Stephen Goldberg issued an award on November 7, 2017 stating: The work of installing the APPS systems was not bargaining unit work. Hence, the Postal Service did not violate Article 32.1.A or Article 32.1.B in allowing Lockheed to perform that work, rather than assigning it to Maintenance…

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USPS OIG Management Advisory – Postmasters and Supervisors Performing Bargaining Unit Work

Background On December 5, 2014, the U.S. Postal Service reached a settlement with the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) for $56 million, resolving a long-standing dispute dating back to the 1970s. This dispute involved the number of hours postmasters and supervisors could devote to bargaining unit work. Bargaining unit work is the work of career…

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APWU: Corrections Continue on $56 Million Settlement

Web News Article #: 96-2016 05/03/2016 – The Postal Service has notified the APWU that approximately 200 corrections are outstanding from among more than 13,000 employees who were eligible for a portion of a $56 million monetary settlement of grievances protesting managerial personnel performing Clerk Craft duties in small offices. “Of the final corrections, we…

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APWU: $56 Million Settlement Deadline is Friday, April 29

Web News Article #: 90-2016 04/27/2016 – Clerk Craft Director Clint Burelson is reminding union members that Friday, April 29, is an important deadline for employees who are eligible for a portion of the $56 million settlement of grievances protesting managerial personnel performing craft work in small offices. Employees whose names did not appear on…

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APWU: Requests for Inclusion to AOI Arbitration Award to Close Oct. 1

Web News Article #: 185-2015 09/22/2015 – Well over 7,000 employees represented by the APWU have been paid as part of the Associate Office Infrastructure (AOI) national arbitration award. A period of time has been granted for anyone who may have been missed to provide the requested information for consideration to be included. The time…

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APWU: Hearing on USPS-Staples Deal Dominated by Legal Wrangling, Proceedings to Resume Nov. 2

Web News Article #: 165-2015 08/18/2015 – A hearing on charges that the Postal Service illegally subcontracted work to Staples was dominated by procedural wrangling on Aug. 17 and 18. The hearing before Administrative Law Judge Paul Bogas of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will resume on Nov. 2. Region 5 of the NLRB…

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