05/11/2011 - The counting of ballots in the ratification vote on the 2010-2015 Collective Bargaining Agreement has begun.
News: 2010-2015 Contract
05/11/2011 - APWU members approved a new contract May 11, with more than 75 percent of those casting ballots voting in favor of ratification.
Vote on the Tentative Agreement:
05/03/2011 - With just one week remaining before voting ends on ratification of the tentative 2010-2015 Collective Bargaining Agreement, union members are reminded to cast their ballots. Votes must be received in the designated return post office box by 9 a.m. on May 10.
04/28/2011 - Questions have been posed on the APWU's Facebook page about the Tentative Agreement for a new contract. Below, union officers address some recent questions.
Guffey to Union Members:
04/28/2011 - Some very powerful politicians have set their sights on postal employees, APWU President Cliff Guffey has warned, and union members must respond decisively.
Vote on the Tentative Agreement
04/18/2011 - Ballots for the ratification of the tentative 2010-2015 Collective Bargaining Agreement were mailed to eligible members April 8-11, and must be received in designated return post office box in New York by 9 a.m. on May 10. The vote count will begin May 11.
04/13/2011 - APWU members across the country cheered when President Cliff Guffey stood up for postal workers at a hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on April 5, but the inquiry into the union’s tentative Collective Bargaining Agreement set a troubling precedent nonetheless.
04/11/2011 - Several typos have been found in the Tentative Agreement and have been corrected in the version posted online.
Ballots Mailed, Due Back May 10
04/08/2011 - The mailing of ballots for ratification of the tentative Collective Bargaining Agreement began April 8 and will be completed April 11, the Rank and File Bargaining Advisory Committee has announced.
04/05/2011 - Several questions have been posed on the APWU's Facebook page regarding the Tentative Agreement for a new contract. Below, union officers address questions on how it would affect Maintenance Craft workers.