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IT-AS Tentative Agreement Announcement

May 24, 2022
The American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO and the U.S. Postal Service have reached a tentative agreement for the Information Technology/Accounting Services (IT/AS) collective bargaining agreement, announced Support Services Director, and lead...

APWU & USPS Reach Verbal Tentative Agreement on IT/AS

May 20, 2022
APWU Reaches TA for IT/AS Unit 

Arm Yourself With Knowledge

An important part of building our power is arming ourselves with knowledge. But if we rely only on the corporate-owned media, we are likely to receive a heavy dose of misinformation along with analysis that is biased in favor of big business. We...

Unemployment Compensation

Injured employees who undergo the National Reassessment Process (NRP) and are told by the Postal Service either that there is only partial-day work available or that there is no work available, should consider applying for unemployment compensation...

HCR Subcontractor Safety Records

A Web site of the Department of Transportation (DOT) that provides safety information on trucking companies may be a valuable tool for members of the MVS Craft. The site lists information about accidents and tickets incurred by trucking companies —...

Recent Ruling Favors Retirees Who Were Injured on the Job

If you are a retiree who was partially disabled by a work-related injury, you want to make sure that your retirement annuity was computed accurately. A recent decision by the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) should ensure that you get the...

Dispute Filed Concerning USPS Failure to Bargain Over Safety and Ergonomic Issues

The APWU has initiated a national dispute over the Postal Service's failure and refusal to meet and bargain in good faith the the Union about safety and ergonomic issues associated with the Delivery Bar Code Sorter (DCBS).