APWU: Applications for Holiday Temp Jobs Due Sept. 24

08/29/2018 – Time is running short for APWU retirees who are interested in applying for temporary positions as Holiday Clerk Assistants: Applications are due Sept. 24. The Peak Season Exception Periods memo signed by President Mark Dimondstein and the USPS Vice President of Labor Relations in September 2015 has been carried forward into the new…

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APWU: 2017 Peak Season Exception Period MOU Reached

Web News Article #: 80-2017 08/25/2017 – The APWU and the USPS recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), RE: Peak Season Exception Periods – 2017 Date Changes, modifying the Peak Season (Holiday Season) Exception period for 2017 to “ensure adequate coverage” and “accommodate customer service.” Peak Season Dates The start of the Peak Season…

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USPS invites annuitants to consider reemployment as Holiday Clerk Assistants

Via Pete Coradi, New York Region Clerk Division NBA (A) Good Evening Sisters & Brothers: Please see the attached relative to the USPS intention to invite annuitants to consider reemployment as Holiday Clerk Assistants. I’ve been experiencing some technical difficulties attempting to forward this information so hopefully it is received by all whom was intended….

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APWU: Three New Signoffs in the Clerk Craft

Web News Article #: 157-2016 07/29/2016 – APWU Clerk Craft officers and the Postal Service signed three documents on July 29: They agreed to a new set of Questions & Answers on the POStPlan, Filling Residual Vacancies, and Travel; signed a Step 4 Settlement on Postal Support Employees (PSEs) staffing Level 4 RMPOs (Remotely Managed…

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APWU: Peak Season Exception Period – Holiday Clerk Assistants, PSEs

Web News Article #: 219-2015 11/24/2015 – The reporting period for the 2015 Peak Season Exception Period began on Nov. 14, 2015, and ends Jan. 8, 2016. The three consecutive pay periods will be the weeks of Nov. 14, 2015, to Dec. 25, 2015, or Nov. 28, 2015, to Jan. 8, 2016, to be decided…

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