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AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION ISSUES STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO NLRB SETTLEMENT

 AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION ISSUES STATEMENT
 IN RESPONSE TO NLRB SETTLEMENT
 WASHINGTON, April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- American Postal Workers Union President Moe Biller today issued the following statement in response to the recent National Labor Relations Board settlement of charges against the U.S. Postal Service's "Employee Involvement" Program:
 This is another APWU victory in our ongoing struggle against company unions, which the USPS attempts to disguise as EI/QWL committees. The NLRB has again upheld APWU's position that the USPS has used the EI/QWL program as a vehicle for union avoidance and as a weapon for violating U.S. labor laws. As always, we maintain that management would be better off abiding by the National Agreement, rather than attempting to deny workers their rights via the EI/QWL program.
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 /CONTACT: Tom Fahey of the American Postal Workers Union, 202-842-4255/ CO: American Postal Workers Union ST: District of Columbia IN: SU:


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