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West Virginia Postal Workers Union

    Second Significant COLA Increase of 2017 Announced

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 75-2017

    In accordance with the 2015-2018 Collective Bargaining Agreement, career employees represented by the APWU will receive a 13 cents per hour cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) effective September 2. The increase is the result of an increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI-W). The increase will appear in paychecks dated September 22, 2017 (Pay Period 19-2017), and will total $270.00 per year.

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    Greater Seattle Area Local Hit the Streets - Again!

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 75-2017

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    Information Technology/Accounting Services Reaches Tentative Agreement with USPS

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 73-2017

    The American Postal Workers Union and United States Postal Service reached a tentative agreement for bargaining unit employees in the Information Technology and Accounting Services Centers (IT/AS). This agreement is subject to ratification by the membership (under the Support Services Division).

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    Locals Inform Public About Proposed Job and Service Cuts

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    Web News Article #: 74-2017

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    This Postal Heritage Day, two APWU locals celebrated the USPS’ 242nd birthday by holding informational pickets informing the public about the proposed job cuts by USPS management through reversions, abolishments and excessing – further disrupting services to the public.

     

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    Update on the Fight Back Against USPS Reductions in Service and Jobs

    Chris Smith
    By Chris Smith,
    News Service Bulletin #: 05-2017
    Following strong resistance from the APWU – and the National Postal Mail Handlers Union (NPMHU) – USPS management agreed to a five-month delay in implementing forced reassignments and excessing of employees out of their installations. 
     
    However, this may only be a temporary reprieve as the USPS is planning to move ahead with their outrageous and misguided plans to gut the workforce and service, targeting over 12,000 jobs with their three-pronged assault: FullExcerpt1v4_0.jpg

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