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You Are The Current Resident: An NALC Podcast youarethecurrentresident

    • Business
    • 2.7 • 58 Ratings

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    NALC Activist - Spring 2024

    NALC Activist - Spring 2024

    Listen to the Spring 2024 edition of the NALC Activist. Browse the digital issue here.

    • 1 hr 38 min
    February 2024 Postal Record

    February 2024 Postal Record

    Listen to the February 2024 edition of The Postal Record. Browse the digital issue here.

    • 53 min
    January 2024 Postal Record

    January 2024 Postal Record

    Listen to the January 2024 edition of The Postal Record. Browse the digital issue here.

    • 2 hr 17 min
    December 2023 Postal Record

    December 2023 Postal Record

    Listen to the December 2023 edition of The Postal Record. Browse the digital issue here.

    • 2 hr 52 min
    2023 National Rap Session Recap Pt. 1

    2023 National Rap Session Recap Pt. 1

    In late November, more than 1,000 letter carrier activists representing branches across the United States gathered in New Orleans to take part in NALC’s 2023 National Conference. On this week's episode, President Renfroe shares some of the major highlights from the Rap Session. These important announcements and updates included topics such as contract negotiations, crimes against carriers, heat safety, improving representation, legislation and politics, and new initiatives. To allow adequate time to discuss some of these topics in-depth, this recap has been divided into two parts. Be sure to tune in next week for the second half of this discussion! For additional information, members can also reach out to their state and branch leadership who attended the Rap Session.  
     
    Have questions you'd like answered on the podcast? Email social@nalc.org.
    Podcast episodes with closed captioning are available on our YouTube channel. 
    Keep up with NALC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Threads!

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Celebrating Thanksgiving

    Celebrating Thanksgiving

    On this week's special Thanksgiving episode, NALC Activist and Lynn, MA Branch 7 member Patrick Byrne joins the podcast to discuss the value of giving back to our communities and supporting one another with President Renfroe. 
    This episode also features a brief overview of last weekend's National Rap Session in New Orleans, LA. Be sure to tune in next week for Part 1 of a more in-depth debrief of the Rap Session. 
    As always, stick around for the end of the episode for the Ask the Mailbag segment. 
     
    Have questions you'd like answered on the podcast? Email social@nalc.org.
    Podcast episodes with closed captioning are available on our YouTube channel. 
    Keep up with NALC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Threads!

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

2.7 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

TREVPAC ,

No New Episodes

Since 12/10/23. How else am I going to hear that an arbitrator will be picked or arbitration will start in two weeks?

Gb0506 ,

No new information is learned

It’s a shame the NALC leadership even publishes this weekly. No new information is learned. You get vague updates on how collective bargaining is going and no information on how to push back on abusive management tactics. It’s a waste of NALC dues paying members money. Also sound quality is atrocious and everyone who is involved In this podcast should be fired.

ihopeRHburns ,

Useless. I hope my union dues aren't paying for this.

This podcast is useless.

There's a much better postal carrier podcast called "From A to Arbitration," where the host actually teaches you how to fight for your rights as a postal carrier..

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