Tag: Scott Hoffman

Scott Hoffman will fight off concessionary contract language

I am writing this as we prepare for the upcoming ballot drop in the APWU National Elections. This is a watershed moment in our APWU history. This election will not only shape the current round of contract negotiations/arbitration, but also the next.

When will the APWU get a contract and what’s in the TA’s

We have reached out to members of the APWU’s Rank & File Committee who voted against President DImondstein’s contract he portrayed as “fair and positive”. 

Our poll for APWU National Director of Industrial Relations

Below is our poll for APWU Director of Industrial Relations.  One vote per person.  We will let this run for a few days.  Please share often.

Scott Hoffman explains just how bad APWU President Mark Dimondstein’s contract was

This page is maintained by the founders of the APWU Workers For Change movement. We support and will vote for all APWU Workers For Change national candidates before considering those outside the movement. Like us on Facebook: APWU Workers For Change. For the record . . I would like to establish for the record exactly …

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Scott Hoffman announces his intentions to run for APWU, Director of Industrial Relations

Scott Hoffman, President, APWU Boston Area Local 100 and Chairman of the APWU Rank and File Committee has announced he will run for the office of APWU National Director of Industrial Relations.

Seven APWU National Officers abandon Mark Dimondstein

There is obvious discord between with the peace and harmony at 1300 L Street the APWU National Headquarters as election season approaches.  Seven APWU National Officers have chosen to break ranks with the sitting President Mark Dimondstein. 

Tiffany Foster announces her candidacy for APWU Northeast Region Coordinator

  Tiffany Foster, Vice President of the New York Metro Area APWU has announced she will be running for the office of APWU Northeast Regional Coordinator.  Tiffany was also a member of the APWU Rank & File Committee that voted down the failed Tentative Agreement.  She was on the winning end of the 9 to …

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APWU Rank & File Report, Scott Hoffman, Chairman Rank & File Committee, President, APWU Boston, MA

This page is maintained by the founders of the APWU Workers For Change movement. We support and will vote for all APWU Workers For Change national candidates before considering those outside the movement. Like us on Facebook: APWU Workers For Change. Rank and File Report The following is a summary of the findings of the …

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