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Postal Contract Narrows the Gap Between "Tiers" of Workers

They didn't end three-tier in a single blow. But in a new contract covering 200,000 members, the American Postal Workers Union made serious headway and fended off most concessionary demands, including the Postal Service's effort to create yet another tier.

The union entered bargaining with little obvious leverage. It was up against a management that's been openly collaborating with postal unions' Congressional foes to push a frenzy of cuts...read more.

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