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Thursday, December 24, 2015

NPMHU 2015 Year in Review

  NPMHU 2015 Year in Review
NPMHU 2015 Year in Review
NPMHU 2015 Year in Review
"...As the NPMHU officers and members prepare for what surely will be a busy 2016, we wanted to share a look back at some of our events from 2015..."
Reference: www.npmhu.org

2016 Federal Holidays

  2016 Federal Holidays
"...copy of the official listing of the 2016 Federal Holiday dates. This list is from..."
Reference: federalholidays2016.blogspot.com

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Huntsville will pass Birmingham as Alabama's largest city

  Projection claims Huntsville will pass Birmingham as Alabama's largest city within 10 years

"...According to AL.com, demographers project Huntsville – with a population that has been trending up for years and some recent huge wins on the economic development trail – will eclipse Mobile in two years, Montgomery in four years and Birmingham by 2022..."

Reference: www.bizjournals.com  

Valpak targets Huntsville market for brand expansion in 2016

  Valpak targets Huntsville market for brand expansion in 2016

"...'Alabama is a hot spot for us right now, as we near the end of 2015 and gear up for aggressive expansion in the coming months,' said Greg Courchane, Valpak's director of franchise sales..."

Reference: www.al.com  

Friday, December 4, 2015

Huntsville NPMHU 317 Local Branch Union Meeting is Saturday, December 5, 2015

 

The Huntsville Branch Union Meeting is Saturday, December 5, 2015 at the Madison China Buffet on Highway 20 at 11:00 AM. The State President and Local Branch President will be in attendance.

 

Important Arbitration Win in Fight Against Plant Closures and Consolidations

  Important Arbitration Win in Fight Against Plant Closures and Consolidations

"...Arbitrator Shyam Das ruled on Dec. 3, 2015, that the American Postal Workers Union and the National Postal Mail Handlers Union may now go forward with their Step 4 grievances challenging the Postal Service’s decision to close or consolidate approximately 82 mail processing facilities starting January of 2015. The grievances had contended that the consolidations violated the PO-408 Handbook, Closures and Consolidations Area Mail Processing (AMP) Guidelines..."

Reference: www.apwu.org  

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