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Message from APWU President Mark Dimondstein, Executive Vice-President Debby Szeredy and Secretary-Treasurer Liz Powell on Hurricane Ian and Fiona.

September 30, 2022
In the past two weeks, two disastrous hurricanes have caused massive devastation and hardship, including the loss of life. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are still recovering from the damage of Hurricane Fiona. Hurricane Ian continues to sweep...

FULL Per Diem Target Date is November 1, 2022 for Three Years

September 22, 2022
As promised, this is an update on the newly negotiated per diem provisions of the collective bargaining agreement. Maintenance Division resident officers met three times in 2022 (twice via zoom, and once in person at Norman, OK). The Postal Service...

Union Wins Another Sunday Premium Case

In another significant win for the union, an arbitrator has ruled that the Postal Service must grant Sunday premium pay to employees who work on Sunday, even if the work is the result of an employee's request for a temporary change of schedule for...

e-Team Report, March 1, 2013

Guffey Calls for Renewed Resolve to Support the Postal Service Protection Act Prefund Mandate Accounts for 95% of Postal Losses Election Rigging Coming to Michigan?

Deaf/Hard of Hearing Task Force Committee Spokespeople

The APWU Deaf/Hard of Hearing Task Force Committee spokespeople are:  

e-Team Report, April 13, 2012

APWU Continues Outreach Senator - Postal Worker for a Day Workers Ready to Fight Fire with Fire this Election Right to Work Stalls Again

APWU Nurses Contract Negotiations Continue

The APWU and USPS have continued to meet in an effort to negotiate a successor contract to the Collective Bargaining Agreement, which expired on Aug. 10, 2012. The parties met on Aug. 31, Sept. 14, and Sept. 20.

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