NLRB Decision – Nasty Postmaster Fired a CCA for Filing Grievances

A nasty postmaster in Katy, Texas fired a CCA for filing grievances. This type of boss exists in too many post offices! This story had a happy ending. The NLRB went to bat for her. REMEDY Having found that the U.S.P.S. committed unfair labor practices, it is ordered to cease and desist and to take…

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NLRB General Counsel Warning to Unions on Duty of Fair Representation

The NLRB General Counsel issued a stern warning to labor unions today on the Duty of Fair Representation (attached below). The Republican appointees on the board do not look kindly on unions. Congress took away our right to collect dues on nonmembers, but unions are still expected to represent everyone fairly and equally. They are…

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USPS Agrees to Provide NPMHU With All F-1 Scheduler Information

July 5, 2018 The National Labor Relations issued a Complaint and Notice of Hearing against the U.S. Postal Service, based on an unfair labor practice filed by the NPMHU alleging that the Postal Service had illegally refused to respond to a series of information requests about the F-1 Scheduler that were filed by the NPMHU…

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NLRB: Consent Order for Information Requests approved for APWU Philadelphia Local

This “Notice to Employees” was sent out this week to APWU Philadelphia Area Local Members: WE WILL NOT fail to provide or unduly delay in furnishing information requested by APWU Local 89 and any other labor organization that represents United States Postal Service employees employed at its facilities included in the Philadelphia Installation and as…

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President Trump Appoints Miscimarra NLRB Acting Chair

January 26, 2017 Washington, DC — President Donald J. Trump has named Board Member Philip A. Miscimarra Acting Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board. “It is an honor to be named NLRB Acting Chairman by the President,” Miscimarra said. “I remain committed to the task that Congress has assigned to the Board, which is…

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APWU / NLRB Settlement on AOI Arbitration Award payments

Web News Article #: 252-2016 – December 14, 2016 Source: APWU See: NLRB Orders Postal Union to Pay Back Members Related: APWU to answer labor charges of $1 million being withheld from AOI Settlement  

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‘Right to Work’ Foundation-Backed Employees Force Postal Union Bosses to Disgorge $1 Million Diverted from Backpay Award

*Site Administrator’s Note: The web site where the following article is shared from is anti-union. The information and related links are provided for informational purposes and in the interest of greater transparency. Washington, DC (Nov 22, 2016) In a significant victory for workers, the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) has chosen to avoid going to trial and…

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