Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Arbitrator Hammers USPS in Maintenance Staffing Case

Arbitrator Hammers USPS in Maintenance Staffing Case

"... He ruled that the Postal Service failed to meet its obligations under Article 19 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, which requires management to furnish the union with specific information when it proposes changes to handbooks and manuals. “The Postal Service failed to introduce significant and detailed, first hand information that made clear the projected impact of the proposed changes on wages, hours, and working conditions at the time that the changes were developed and proposed or the actual impact of the changes on wages, hours, and working conditions based upon subsequent events,” he said ..."   

Reference: www.apwu.org

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