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E.g., 11/30/2021

Workers Are Standing Up

(This article first appeared in the November/December issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) Greetings postal heroes! Postal workers, nurses and medical personnel, meatpackers, farmworkers, transit workers, truck and delivery drivers,...

President Biden Names Two Nominees to Board of Governors

Today, President Joe Biden announced two new nominees to the Postal Service Board of Governors to replace outgoing governors. The President nominated Dan Tangherlini, who served as Administrator of the General Services Administration in the Obama...

Stay Informed About Your Union

Statement on USPS Service Standard Changes

“The people deserve the prompt, reliable and efficient mail service promised under the law,” said APWU President Mark Dimondstein. “Postal workers are proud to serve our communities every single day."

Jason Treier to Serve as Maintenance Division Assistant Director

“Brother Jason is already a member of 2021 National Maintenance Negotiation Team,” Said Director Balogun. “I look forward to working with him at the headquarters level. Welcome to Washington, DC!”

Das Issues Remedy Award on PM End of Day Button Case

On December 8, 2017, Arbitrator Shyam Das found that the Postal Service was in violation of the parties’ Article 1.6.B Global Settlement Remedy Agreement (GSRA) in Level 18 offices when it created the Postmaster End of Day (PMEOD) button in the...

Nabisco Workers Win Strong New Contract Following Month-Long Strike

On September 15, the Bakers, Confectioners, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM) announced a new tentative agreement with Nabisco/Mondelez. This comes after over 1,000 BCTGM-represented bakers and distribution center workers...

Negotiations Update: APWU and USPS “Stop the Clock” to Continue Bargaining for a New Contract

The collective bargaining agreement (union contract) between the American Postal Workers Union and the United States Postal Service covers the wages, hours and working conditions of 200,000 postal workers. Our current contract was due to expire at...

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