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APWU Web News Article 56-2018

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In Memorium: Steven G. Raymer

APWU Maintenance Division Director

06/18/2018 - Brother Steven G. Raymer, who served as the union’s Maintenance Division Director for the past 17 years and was on the union’s National Executive Board and a lifetime trade unionist died suddenly from a heart attack on June 16, 2018.  Steve was 61 at the time of his death.

APWU News Bulletin

STAND TOGETHER

Wear Your Sticker on June 26

06/14/2018 - June 26 is a big day for hundreds of thousands of postal workers and our families.  It’s the opening day of contract negotiations for our new collective bargaining agreement. June 26 is a day to stand up, speak out and show pride in our union and solidarity with our bargaining team.            

Let’s all wear our stickers, showing we are “Fighting Today for a Better Tomorrow.”

 

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APWU Web News Article 55-2018

APWU Meets With Federal Task Force Considering Changes to USPS

06/08/2018 - APWU met with the White House Task Force on the Postal Service on Tuesday, June 6 and presented a series of recommendations and supporting materials on how the USPS could improve services, become more financially stable, and continue to remain a treasured public institution offering universal service to all citizens, regardless of where they live or work.

APWU Web News Article 53-2018

Tell the PMG!

06/04/2018 - Have you ever wanted to tell the Postmaster General a thing or two? Now you can. 

​ ​The APWU Contract Campaign is asking members to submit short videos to the union telling the story of the work you and other union members perform daily serving the publicand why you need a new – and fair contract! Tell your story on an APWU video and your APWU bargaining team will carry your message on to the bargaining table.>> Click here for the video submission form <<

APWU Web News Article 52-2018

San Antonio's David Rodriguez

After Over 60 Dutiful Years, He’s Retiring at 89

06/01/2018 -


David Celebrating 67 Years of Federal Service on May 31.

When David Rodriguez first began at the U.S. Post Office Department in 1958, employees would show up and have to wait until work was available, resulting in 12- to 15-hour days with minimal pay. Not until 1963, with President Kennedy’s executive order, did federal employees have the right to even limited collective bargaining.

APWU Web News Article 47-2018

Washington’s Latest Attempt to Slash our Pay & Benefits

05/10/2018 - “Such changes would mean thousands of dollars taken out of active workers’ paychecks and thousands more in reduced benefits for retirees,” said APWU Legislative and Political Director Judy Beard. Taken together, the proposals outlined by OPM would take a staggering $144 billion out of the pockets of dedicated civil servants over the next ten years.

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