The ‘3-Day Waiting Period’

Despite a long and hard-fought battle by the APWU, on Dec. 20, 2006, President Bush signed into law the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, which included provisions that we vehemently opposed.

Health Coverage When Injured at Work

Employees who are injured on duty and placed on the rolls of the Office of Workers Compensation Programs (OWCP) remain eligible for health benefits, provided they are enrolled in one of the Federal Employee Health Benefit (FEHB) plans for five years...

Veterans' Resources

The men and women of the armed forces have served each of us through military service to our country. The liberties we enjoy today have been won through their sacrifice. Many of our APWU brothers and sisters have served or are currently serving, and...

Life Coaching Is Here

Life Coaching is a new, innovative resource that’s available to postal employees and their families through the Employees Assistance Program (EAP). Life Coaching is not counseling or therapy; it’s a program designed to facilitate personal growth and...

Kids Camp: Where the Impossible Becomes Possible

It’s been a little more than two years since we first introduced you to the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team. All of the players made sacrifices on the battlefield, and as a team they have inspired thousands with their grit on the ball field.