Special Notice

NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES
POSTED PURSUANT TO A SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT APPROVED BY A REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD FEDERAL LAW GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO


Form, join or assist a union;
Choose representatives to bargain with us on your behalf;
Act together with other employees for your benefit and protection;
Choose not to engage in any of these protected activities.

WE WILL NOT do anything that restrains or coerces employees in their exercise of these rights.
More specifically,

WE WILL NOT threaten employees with loss of work opportunities, threaten to expel them from membership, bring charges against them, or fine and/or threaten to fine them because they make protected concerted inquiries with an employer regarding work opportunities afforded under the collective bargaining agreement we have with that employer and WE WILL NOT deny opportunities to employees because their co-workers make such protected concerted activities.

WE WILL NOT attempt to cause an employer to discriminate against its employees because of the employees' involvement in proceedings with the National Labor Relations Board.

WE WILL NOT refer employees to fill positions at the Boston Herald without applying objective criteria in the selection process.

WE WILL NOT maintain the "closed shop" clause in the first paragraph of Appendix A of the collective-bargaining agreement, we have with Boston Herald where it states that the Boston Herald will employ only our members in good standing.

WE WILL request The Globe Newspaper Co. to modify the language that appears in Section III. D 3) of the supplemental agreement to our collective-bargaining agreement to so that the priority given to Herald and Lynn Union members is changed to give the priority to Herald bargaining unit employees.

WE WILL agree to delete or cross out the first paragraph of Appendix A from all of our copies of the collective-bargaining agreement we have with the Boston Herald.

WE WILL rescind the charges that were brought against our member Joseph Donelli and the fine notification letter dated September 2, 2005 that we issued to him and

WE WILL notify Donelli in writing that we have done so.

WE WILL rescind and inform the Boston Herald that we are rescinding our August 2005 referral of the individuals to fill the newly created priority substitute and extra positions and

WE WILL solicit employees in the bargaining units of the Boston Herald and Boston Globe, including employees who held the position of trainee at the Boston Globe and extra at the Boston Herald as of July 20, 2005 to apply for these vacant positions at the Boston Herald.

WE WILL make whole Rosemary Broderick for all economic losses she sustained as a result of our not providing her with work opportunities.

WE WILL make whole Joseph Arsenault, John Ryan and Henry Zellen for all economic loses they sustained as a result of our not referring them for one of the available Boston Herald priority substitute and/or extra positions.

BOSTON MAILERS LOCAL NO. 1/INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS LOCAL UNION NO. 1


Mary White,
President

The National Labor Relations Board is an independent Federal agency created in 1935 to enforce the National Labor Relations Act. It conducts secret-ballot elections to determine whether employees want union representation and it investigates and remedies unfair labor practices by employers and unions. To find out more about your rights under the Act and how to file a charge or election petition, you may speak confidentially to any agent with the Board's Regional Office set forth below. You may also obtain information from the Board's website: www.nlrb.gov.

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Special Notice

BOSTON MAILERS TEAMSTERS LOCAL UNION NO. 1
79 Parkingway • Quincy, MA 02169
Telephone 617.770.4209 / Fax 617.847.4277

ATTENTION: MAILERS UNIT EMPLOYEES (GLOBE AND HERALD)

SOLICITATION OF APPLICATIONS FOR CONSIDERATION BY HERALD AS AN EXTRA OR PRIORITY SUB

If you want to apply to the Boston Herald for a job as an extra or priority sub in the
Herald Mailroom, please do the following:

  1. Pick up an Employment Application Form available at the Boston Herald.
  2. Complete the Form fully and accurately.
  3. Return the Form to the Boston Herald.
  4. The Herald is solely responsible for the selection of extras and priority
    subs to be employed from among the applicant pool and the persons who
    have filled these positions since September, 2005.

    POSTED: JULY 9, 2007

Special Notice


TEAMSTERS LOCAL UNION NO. 1
79 Parkingway • Quincy, MA 02169
Telephone 617.770.4209 / Fax 617.847.4277

July 10, 2007

Claire L. Powers
Compliance Officer
Region 1, NLRB
10 Causeway Street, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02222-1072

RE: Boston Mailers Union, Local 1
NLRB Cases 1-CB-10521, et al.

Dear Ms. Powers:
In accordance with your June 28, 2007 compliance letter, I write to confirm the following:

  1. Four Notices have been signed and dated by an official of the Charged Party
    Union and, by July 9, 2007, posted in conspicuous places at the Union office and
    posted on its electronic bulletin board.
  2. Enclosed are six signed and dated original copies of the Notice, together with the
    enclosed Certification of Posting, stating exactly when and where the Notices
    were posted.
  3. Enclosed are checks made payable to Rosemary Broderick ($2,592), Joseph Arsenault ($3,136), Jack Ryan ($3,136), and Henry Zellen ($3,136), and accompanying IRS Form 1099s.

Counsel for the Union, Stephen R. Domesick, will provide you with confirmation of the remaining compliance steps.

Very truly yours,
Mary White
President

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