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APWU Web News Article 53-2018

Tell the PMG!

*Video Submissions Closed June 11*

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.

APWU Web News Article 100-2015

May 14 National Day of Action

Everybody's Doing It! Are You?

05/11/2015 -

Across the country, union activists are promoting the National Day of Action on May 14 and getting postcards signed that say, “I Stand with Postal Workers.”

In Washington, DC, APWU officers distributed flyers and got postcards signed outside the Martin Luther King Jr. Post Office at 14th and L Streets in Washington, DC, on Monday, May 11.

APWU Web News Article 158-2014

COLA Increase

08/25/2014 - Career employees represented by the APWU will receive a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) of $686 per year in September 2014, in accordance with the 2010-2015 Collective Bargaining Agreement. The raise is the result of an increase in the consumer price index (CPI-W). The effective date is Sept. 6, 2014 (Pay Period 20-2014, Pay Date Sept. 26, 2014).

A Safe Workplace: It’s Not a Matter of Luck

03/01/2014 - (This article appears in the May-June 2014 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.)

Tony D. McKinnon Sr., Industrial Relations Director

Our members want to be assured that we will leave work each day as healthy as we were when we arrived.

And that’s not a matter of luck. It’s a contractual right: Article 14.1 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, which governs Safety and Health, says, “It is the responsibility of management to provide safe working conditions in all present and future installations and to develop a safe working force. The Union will cooperate and assist management to live up to this responsibility.”

APWU News Bulletin

$937 Cost-of-Living Raise Set for September

08/15/2013 - Career APWU members will receive a $937 annual increase in pay in September, APWU President Cliff Guffey has announced. “This substantial raise is the result of the 2010-2015 Collective Bargaining Agreement, which preserved cost-of-living adjustments for our members,” he said.

ALSO: The APWU won a major victory Aug. 13 when Arbitrator Shyam Das issued a ruling that will help the union fight subcontracting, President Cliff Guffey has announced. Das ruled that locals must be notified when management makes a decision at the local, district or area level to contract out craft work.

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