APWU members can now access the recording of the “Contract Town Hall Call” on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. During the call, MARK Dimondstein, President of the APWU, and Vance Zimmerman, Director of Labour Relations, spoke about the arbitration award and the union`s response to the COVID-19 pandemic Connect to Member Service APWU.ORG to listen to the recording. President Dimondstein talks about the opening date of interest rate arbitrage, September 4, 2019. Go to apwu.org to read his full testimony before the arbitration proceeding. If you still can`t find what you`re looking for, please email email@example.com. On June 3, President Mark Dimondstein and Director of Industrial Relations Vance Zimmerman told the APWU National Executive Board that the APWU and USPS were too far apart and that further discussions would not result in a new collective agreement. The explanation effectively ends the mediation. “We invoked mediation to ensure that we follow all the ways to get a good contract for membership,” said President Dimondstein. March 20, 2020 Due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, APWU`s elected national representatives have agreed to extend the local implementation schedule by a period of 30 days on the timelines set out in the Memorandum of Understanding between the United States Postal Service and the American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO Re: Timeline for Local Implementation. Negotiations can now take place on June 9, 2020 through a written communication on the intention to bargain no later than […] March 20, 2020 As officials elected by your union, we are fighting to stand up for APWU members and ensure that management protects our health and safety in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Today, we received a Memorandum of Understanding that extends the deadline for Level 3 arbitration complaints and claims by 30 days beyond the limits set by the national agreement. DOWNLOAD THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING MoU on Stage 3 Extension and Arbitration Claims Our current collective agreement (Union Contract) expired on September 20, 2018. The APWU and the U.S.
Postal Service agreed to extend the negotiations until October 20, after which the parties further extended the negotiations until November 20. During this period, the APWU and the Postal Service held a series of negotiation meetings. The APWU believes that recent negotiations have been fruitful and that we have made progress towards a framework for an agreement. . . .