USPS, NPMHU reach tentative deal on contract

The National Postal Mail Handlers Union represents more than 43,000 USPS employees.

USPS and the National Postal Mail Handlers Union have reached a tentative agreement on a three-year contract that covers more than 43,000 employees represented by the union.

“This agreement is balanced. It addresses both parties’ bargaining objectives in a financially responsible manner,” said Labor Relations Vice President Doug Tulino.

The tentative agreement is subject to a ratification vote by the union membership, a process that will take several weeks. Upon ratification, the agreement will expire at midnight on Sept. 20, 2022.

Source: USPS

One thought on “USPS, NPMHU reach tentative deal on contract

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    APWU - Charlotte Area Local
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    This means that the APWU contract is either done and awaiting a release date or for sure the arbitrator has informed the parties of his final decision. That is the only way the post office would negotiate a contract with the mail handlers. To do so while the arbitrator was still deciding would be a fatal mistake that even the post office wouldn’t make. Look for our award this Friday.

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