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 Pensacola Area Local of the American Postal Workers Union AFL-CIO


President: John Olive
Vice President: vacant
Industrial Relations Dir: Jim Dey
Secretary: Jovita Olive
Treasurer: Susan Bateman
Editor: 
Jerri Keel
Maintenance Dir: Newton Knight
Clerk Craft Dir: Andrew Newman
Associate Offices Dir: Renee Wayne
MV Craft Dir: Larry King

 

Pensacola Area Local News & Events

 

We Have a New Union Contract!

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New Contract Training

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New Contract Training


 

John S. Olive, President
and the Executive Board and Stewards
Of the
Pensacola Area Local American Postal Workers Union

Next Union Meeting

The regular monthly meeting of the Pensacola Area Local will be held on Thursday, August 11, 2016 9:30AM at the Union Hall. Join us.

Latest News on APWU.org

Web News Article #: 190-2016The APWU Research and Education Department offered more than two dozen pre-convention workshops on a range of subjects on Friday, Aug. 19.
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Web News Article #: 186-2016The new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) included a historic win for the Maintenance Craft. “We have negotiated our way to an all-career workforce,” Maintenance Craft Director Steven G. Raymer, said at the National Convention. “There used to be casual employees, Transitional Employees, and there aren’t anymore. More recently, there used to be Postal Support Employees (PSEs) and there are no longer any PSEs that can be employed in the Maintenance Craft. We are very proud to be an all career workforce!”
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Web News Article #: 187-2016Members of the Clerk Craft have a reason to celebrate: For the first time in over a decade, the craft has grown. After losing more than 100,000 jobs since 2003, 15,000 new members have been added to the rolls.
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Web News Article #: 185-2016“Negotiations come down to power,” APWU President Mark Dimondstein told delegates at the union’s National Convention at a meeting on the new contract. The results of negotiations reflect how much power and leverage each side can assert, he said. With that in mind, as part of the fight for a good contract, union leaders sought to strengthen our members’ power on the work floor and build support for our struggle in the labor movement and beyond.
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Web News Article #: 184-2016Postal workers are experts in workroom floor solidarity. But in order to build a true, progressive labor movement, that sense of mobilization must be spread into the community – and beyond. “None of us can do anything to move the progressive movement by ourselves,” said Legislative and Political Director Judy Beard, who moderated a Sunday afternoon panel, The Labor Movement, Time for a New Day, A New Direction.  “We have to mobilize not just around labor issues, but issues like unemployment, underemployment, people living without access to healthcare or in poverty.”
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