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Energizing CATs for a Good Contract

09/01/2015 - (This article first appeared in the September-October 2015 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.) 

One of the responsibilities of APWU leaders is to motivate union members to join in and do their part in fighting for a good contract and the survival of the Postal Service.

That is where CATs (Contract Action Teams) come into play. They emphasize participation of union members on the work floor and activities in the community to win support from the public.

APWU Web News Article 118-2015

Assistance for Union Plus Program Participants Impacted by Texas and Oklahoma Storms

06/05/2015 - Union members living in areas impacted by the recent severe storms and widespread flooding in Texas and Oklahoma, and who participate in Union Plus programs may be eligible for financial assistance.  More than 20 people were killed as a result of the storms and in the Houston area alone more than 4,000 properties were damaged and 2,500 vehicles were abandoned.

APWU Web News Article 021-2015

Contract Campaign and Negotiations

Town Hall Conference Call – Feb. 17

Register by Feb. 16

02/09/2015 - APWU members are invited to join  President Mark Dimondstein for a live Town Hall Conference Call on Feb. 17, to discuss our fight to win a good contract for union members while we fight for a vibrant, public Postal Service for the people of the country. Negotiations begin on Feb. 19. To participate, you must register online by Feb. 16.

APWU News Bulletin

Announcement Made on ‘Day of Action’

Workers Cheer Decision: PMG Donahoe to Step Down

APWU Calls on Incoming PMG to Reverse 'Policies of Destruction'

11/17/2014 -

Postal workers across the country cheered the announcement on Nov. 14 that Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe is stepping down, effective Feb. 1. “We hope that the next Postmaster General will reverse Donahoe’s policies of lowering standards, reducing hours, outsourcing work, and diminishing a great American institution,” President Mark Dimondstein said. “We call on USPS’ Board of Governors to immediately freeze Donahoe’s policies and to do no more harm.” Delegates to the APWU national convention in July had voted unanimously to seek his resignation.

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