NALC: Dispute settled, eligible CCAs to receive retroactive holiday pay

July 31, 2018 The issue in this dispute is the effective date of the provisions of Article 11.8, which provides holiday pay for city carrier assistants. In this settlement (M-01894) The parties agreed that eligible CCAs will receive holiday pay for holidays after the first wage increases under the terms of the 2016-2019 National Agreement….

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NALC: Promotion Pay and Hold in Place dispute settled

July 30, 2018 This settlement (M-01893) lifts the hold in place instituted by USPS. The carriers affected by the hold in place will receive their step increases as scheduled prior to being held. These carriers will receive any retroactive pay owed back to the time they should have received their step increase(s). After the November…

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NALC: CCAs with 30 months of relative standing on 9/1 to be converted to career status

July 30, 2018 In all offices, CCAs who have at least 30 months of relative standing on 9/1 to be converted to career status NALC and USPS have settled a national level grievance regarding CCAs hired over the contractual caps. This settlement (M-01892) provides that all city carrier assistants in all size offices with 30…

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APWU: DSI Dispute Settled with Position Upgrade and Payment

12/11/2017 – On Nov. 22, the MVS Division settled a longstanding grievance, QOOV-4Q-C 05171465, regarding Driver Safety Instructor (DSI) positions. In the dispute, the Union’s grievance sought to upgrade the DSI one level higher than the Tractor Trailer Operator (TTO). The settlement places the DSI at the same level as the TTO, Level 8, with…

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APWU to answer labor charges of $1 million being withheld from AOI Settlement

I am posting this for informational purposes. All members have the right to know when a charge is placed against our Union. With the promise of transparency as part of its plank from the previous national officer elections, one would think the current administration would have informed us of this information – guilty or not. …

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