U.S. Postal Service little progress made in addressing persistent labormanagement problems : report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on the Postal Service, Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, House of Representatives

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Page 58 - Director, Government Business Operations Issues United States General Accounting Office Washington, DC 20548-0001 Dear Mr.
Page 72 - United 3 Under the regulations in force at the time of filing, petitioner's affidavit was required to be on file with the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, DC 29 CFR § 101.3 (b) (since deleted, see 24 Fed. Reg. 7501 (Sept. 17, 1959) ). Opinion of the Court.
Page 75 - Section 8 (a) (5) of the National Labor Relations Act, it is an unfair labor practice for an employer...
Page 103 - THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS SUBCOMMITTEE ON FEDERAL SERVICES, POST OFFICE...
Page 10 - The legislation, HR 22, introduced by the Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Postal Service, House Committee on Government Reform, was based on the premise that USPS participation in competitive markets should be, to the maximum extent possible, on the same terms and conditions as those faced by its private sector competitors. As of July 2000, HR 22 was pending in the House Committee on Government Reform.
Page 13 - grievance," as defined in postal labor agreements, is "a dispute, difference, disagreement or complaint between the parties related to wages, hours, and conditions of employment.
Page 98 - NATIONAL LEAGUE OF POSTMASTERS OF THE UNITED STATES 1023 North Royal Street . Alexandria. VA 22314-1569 • Telephone—(703)548-5922 • FAX—(703) 83M937 Addendum Please amend the statement accompanying the testimony of William P.
Page 70 - Qeveland local, made a motion that the delegates go on record as totally rejecting the tentative agreement negotiated between the United States Postal Service and the American Postal Workers Union.
Page 93 - Again, thank you for the opportunity to participate in this hearing, and do not hesitate to contact me should you have any additional questions.
Page 73 - Telephone revenues were estimated by linking two Department of Commerce series. Source: Departments of Commerce and Labor, USPS, and Advertising Trade Publications. Memorandum for APWU National, State and local union officials area managers, Customer Services Area managers, Processing and Distribution district managers, Customer Services plant managers, Processing and Distribution. Subject: Labor-Management Cooperation. The amicable resolution of our differences regarding the deployment of RBCS marks...

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