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Join the APWU Contract ZOOM TOWN HALL

The American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO invites union members to join them for a live Zoom Town Hall on Tuesday, June 15, 2021.

Join the APWU Contract ZOOM Town Hall, with President Mark Dimondstein and other National Negotiations Committee members

We will discuss contract negotiation preparations and actions you can take to fight for better working conditions & a better standard of living for APWU members and families.

To participate in the call, register online by 8 a.m. Eastern Time, Tuesday, June 15.

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House Committee on Oversight and Reform Introduces Bipartisan Postal Service Reform Act

May 12, 2021

On May 11th, Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) and Ranking Member James Comer (R-KY) of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform introduced the...

Industrial Relations Director Zimmerman Writes to Acting OPM Director for Clarification on EFEL Guidelines

May 10, 2021

On May 7, Industrial Relations Director Vance Zimmerman wrote a letter to Kathleen McGettigan, Acting Director of the Office of Personnel Management...

Second Round of Payments for POStPlan Staffing

April 30, 2021

On April 26, 2021, the Postal Service informed the Clerk Craft that it had partially input the second round of payments required by the national-...

Industrial Relations ZOOM Seminar: Emergency Federal Employee Leave (EFEL)

April 30, 2021

On April 29, 2021, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) released their long-awaited guidance on EFEL. The Industrial Relations Department will be...

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APWU Scholarship Deadline: May 31, 2021

The APWU Scholarship deadline is fast approaching: May 31, 2021.

Click here for more information. 

Contract Negotiations Virtual Kickoff Rally

A shout out to all APWU members. Join us for the Contract Negotiations Virtual Kickoff Rally. Monday, June 21, 2021 7-10 P.M. ET. 

Please register for the virtual kickoff rally here. 

 

Urge your Senators to Confirm New Postal Governors

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

This page is a resource for members to find information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Your union officers are holding ongoing conversations with the Postal Service about COVID-19. We will continue to be in discussions with the Postal Service as the spread of the disease widens around the world and new information is learned.

The APWU always prioritizes health and safety and is engaged on this issue. We are not allowing the Postal Service to take a passive approach to the risks of the disease.

Contract survey

The Collective Bargaining Agreement (aka CBA or union contract) between the APWU and the USPS sets the wages, hours, rights, job security and working conditions of postal workers. The current contract expires on September 20, 2021. Preparations are already underway with the official negotiation period beginning this June.

The APWU National negotiating team wants to hear from you. Let us know what your priorities are for a new union contract.

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Why does the Postal Board of Governors Matter to you?

One of the big questions that has come up in the national media is what will happen next with the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors. The Board is a critically important governing body, which includes members appointed by the President of the United States.

It is responsible for major decisions about the Postal Service’s operations, policies and expenditures. The Board’s responsibilities also include hiring and firing the Postmaster General.

You can find out all about the Board in this short article.

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One Team, One Fight

One Team, One Fight

Our CATs were born as Contract Action Teams in 2015.

They were a hugely successful part of our Fighting Today for A Better Tomorrow Contract Campaign. Building on the activism of Contract Action Teams, CATs have changed their names to: Collective Action Teams.

Now in addition to contract campaigns, CATS will educate, agitate, organize, and mobilize members and allies to build a culture of collective action and help members become a stronger part of all of the union’s campaigns.

 

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