11/15/2018 - An official transcript of the proceedings from the APWU’s 24th Biennial National Convention is now available to union members on www.apwu.org. The convention is the highest governing body of the APWU. The 1,520-page document provides a full transcript of the business undertaken during the assembly, which took place Aug. 20-23 in Pittsburgh.
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.”
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.
06/13/2016 - The APWU has updated a brochure that dispels common misconceptions about the Postal Service.
The brochure, Our U.S. Postal Service is Under Attack, tells union members and the public the truth about the Postal Service’s phony financial crisis, the threat of privatization, and the potential for expanded and enhanced postal services.
11/25/2013 - As a result of the postal service’s shrinking workforce — and the APWU’s shrinking membership base — union members have important decisions to make about the structure and future of their locals.
08/05/2013 - The APWU has launched the next phase of its television ad campaign, with spots airing on NBC Nightly News, CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News.
ALSO: As a result of the recent Supreme Court decision that overturned the Defense of Marriage Act, same-sex spouses of postal and federal employees and retirees are eligible for health and retirement benefits, regardless of where they currently live or work, the Office of Personnel Management has announced.