“We are committed to work with you in good faith and to do whatever it takes to achieve a mutually beneficial contract,” he said. “But we are equally committed to fight for such a contract in interest arbitration, if necessary.”
President Rolando’s full statement is available here.
The present collective-bargaining agreement is set to expire at midnight on Sept. 20. More information on the opening session and future updates on bargaining will be in the NALC Bulletin, The Postal Record, on the NALC Member App and NALC’s social media accounts.
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