NLRB Adopts Mandatory E-Filing Policy

Washington, DC, October 22, 2019 – The Office of the General Counsel has issued Memorandum GC 20-01, announcing a new policy requiring that all affidavits, correspondence, position statements, documentary or other evidence in connection with unfair labor practice or representation cases processed in Regional offices be submitted through the Agency’s electronic filing (e-filing) system. On…

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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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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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APWU, Sister Postal Unions Win Right to Bargain Over Cyber Intrusions

Web News Article #: 113-2015 06/02/2015 – In a precedent-setting agreement approved by the National Labor Relations Board, the APWU and its sister postal unions won the right to bargain with the Postal Service over a massive data security breach that took place in 2014. The historic May 19 settlement marks a win for unions…

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