Flattery, president of the American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO Local 4553
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Braden Pelkey, vice president of the American Postal Workers Union, local 679, which represents the permanent processing center employees, said there's been a lot of confusion among workers because of the lack of concrete information they've received about the impending closure.
is blocking it because he 'wants to privatize everything, and destroy union jobs,"' according to Sally Davidow, communications director for the American Postal Workers Union.
Through the efforts of more than two dozen local coalitions and national networks, nearly 100 municipalities and institutional investors have boycotted the bonds, including the cities of San Francisco, Boulder, and Milwaukee; international labor unions such as the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the American Postal Workers Union, and the Service Employees International Union, as well as numerous locals throughout the country; and 31 religious communities.
For example, the American Postal Workers Union has asserted that worksharing discounts are too large, but some mailers and members of the mailing industry have asserted that the worksharing discounts are not large enough.
American Postal Workers Union president Bill Burrus told CBS Radio News he already knows what it will say.
Despite that, Burrus feels confident he can make a positive impact on the American Postal Workers Union, which represents some 380,000 employees.
The NALC's contract with the USPS expired last November, as did those of the American Postal Workers Union and the National Postal Mail Handlers Union - the other two large unions that are involved in this round of negotiations with the USPS.