Rallies by all four postal unions (NALC, APWU, NRLCA and NPMHU) will be held throughout the country to say no to privatizing the Postal Service.
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09/27/2018 – After decades of jurisdictional disputes, the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) reached agreement with the National Postal Mail Handlers Union (NPMHU) and the Postal Service on an updated RI-399 procedure for jurisdictional work assignments to Clerks and Mail Handlers.
The National Emergency Hotline is a toll-free number for all USPS employees to use in the event of a facility or weather related emergency. In an emergency, the hotline provides employees with information about the status of their facility and special instructions or guidance.
In an important victory for our sisters and brothers in the federal workforce, late on Friday, August 25, 2018, a federal district court invalidated many of the key elements of President Trump’s Executive Orders that tried unilaterally to destroy hard fought, negotiated rights and benefits.
We are pleased to provide a linked copy of a National Arbitration Award issued by Arbitrator Stephen Goldberg on August 6, 2018 in a case concerning the use of Union LWOP for political activities under the National Agreement.
Earlier this week, ten Members of Congress formed a bipartisan coalition to introduce a resolution in the House of Representatives opposing privatization of the Postal Service.
06/30/2018 – The American Postal Workers Union began negotiations for a new union contract with the U.S. Postal Service with an opening session on June 26th. In a display of postal union unity, NALC Executive Vice-President Brian Renfroe and NPMHU president Paul Hogrogian sat shoulder to shoulder with the APWU leadership.
Statements from various sources on Trump’s plan to privatize the Postal Service.
This week, some members of Congress reached out to the White House in unified opposition to President Trump’s recently issued Executive Orders issued on May 25, 2018. The Executive Orders were a direct attack on federal employees and the unions that represent them.
In a meeting with the White House today, NALC President Fred Rolando delivered policy recommendations to the White House Task Force on the Postal Service. The Task Force, comprised of the heads of OPM, OMB and the Department of the Treasury, was established in April via executive order from President Trump.
In accordance with Article 9.7 of the 2016 National Agreement between the NPMHU and the Postal Service, all Mail Handler Assistants will receive an hourly wage increase of $0.20 per hour effective on Saturday, May 26, 2018.
A collection of articles that shows responses to Trump’s postal task force
We look forward to working with both the House and the Senate to advance legislation that provides essential reforms that will improve the financial condition of the Postal Service, allowing us to continue meeting America’s mailing and shipping needs.”
February 13, 2018- The National Postal Mail Handlers along with LIUNA and several other affiliated unions of the AFL-CIO joined the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) marching shoulder-to-shoulder to voice concerns over the privatization of the Veterans Administration (VA).
The Postal Service unilaterally announced earlier today that it is offering Voluntary Early Retirement (VERA) to eligible mail handlers throughout the United States. This VERA comes without any monetary incentive payments to retire, and simply makes early retirement available to eligible employees.
One lawmaker is taking another shot at allowing the Postal Service to ship beer, wine and liquor.