03/08/2019 - On March 7, 2019, the APWU and United States Postal Service negotiators exchanged their final economic proposals as both sides continue their preparation for interest arbitration...
President Mark Dimondstein said, “There are clearly two sides in this fight and the battle lines have been drawn in our efforts to obtain a contract that honors and respects postal workers. The USPS proposals reek of contempt for the workforce. APWU members will fight for what we deserve in the interest arbitration process as we continue ‘Fighting Today for a Better Tomorrow.’”
02/26/2019 - Local and state presidents can pull and print a list of members or non-members for their organization by logging into the Members Only section of the website.
A copy of the list can also be e-mailed to a local or state president by requesting one from the Per Capita Department. Requests should be directed to Anna Smith, Director, Organization Department in writing at email@example.com or American Postal Workers Union, Attn: Organization Department, 1300 L Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005. All requests will be sent in Excel (.xlsx) or PDF.
02/08/2019 - On Feb. 5, Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth “Liz” Powell was honored by the World Peace Prize Awarding Council (WPPAC) as a “Roving Ambassador for Peace,” and awarded the World Peace Prize for Labor Leadership, alongside Ester Lopez, International Secretary-Treasurer, UFCW.
01/21/2019 - The APWU joins the country today in honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a dedicated champion for the civil rights and labor movements. Dr. King’s actions still resonate in the hearts of labor and civil rights activists.
01/15/2019 - The table below indicates the date and corresponding pay period in which locals and state organizations can expect headquarters to deposit the Dues Check Off (DCO) rebate monies via Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT).