Updated PTF One-Time Voluntary Reassignment Opportunity List of Residual Vacancies

From: Lamont Brooks <lbrooks@apwu.org> Sent: Monday, March 14, 2022 Subject: High Importance: Updated Part-Time Flexible(PTF) One-Time Voluntary Reassignment Opportunity List of Residual Vacancies and APWU Webpage News Article Please disseminate to the field. APWU local/state presidents, please post or share with your PTFs the two attachments, in facilities where you have PTF clerks in installations…

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APWU: Part-Time Flexible (PTF) employees and the Juneteenth Holiday

From: Vance Zimmerman <vzimmerman@apwu.org> Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2021 Subject: Re: Juneteenth As clarification regarding Part-Time Flexible (PTF) employees and the Juneteenth Holiday: Currently PTFs are compensated for the 10 holidays each year through an increased hourly rate. This rate is determined by taking the annual rate of a Full-Time Regular employee and dividing it…

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APWU: POStPlan Settlement Inquiry – Who qualifies?

From: Lamont Brooks <lbrooks@apwu.org> Sent: Tuesday, June 9, 2020 4:34 PM To: APWU National Officers Subject: APWU – POStPlan Inquiry You have to be a PTF or a PSE in the RMPO-6 or RMPO-4 in the specific office (finance number) where the PMR worked during the period of the grievance. If you were a PSE…

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NALC: CCAs with 30 months of relative standing on Feb 15 will be converted to career status

January 23, 2020 NALC and USPS have settled a national-level grievance regarding non-compliance with the contractual caps on the employment of City Carrier Assistants (CCAs). This settlement (M-01906) provides that all city carrier assistants in any size office with 30 months of relative standing on February 15, 2020, will be converted to career status within…

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APWU: Update on Article 1.6.B ‘Global Settlement’ Remedy

Web News Article #: 062-2015 03/24/2015 – APWU Clerk Craft Director Clint Burelson has updated union members on progress toward disbursing a $56 million settlement that was signed Dec. 5, 2014, to resolve disputes over postmasters and supervisors in small offices performing bargaining unit work. As part of the settlement, the Postal Service was required…

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