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USPS/APWU Reach Final Remedy Settlement on Major Clerk Craft Jobs MOU National Dispute

January 14, 2022
Clerk Division Director Lamont Brooks signed a settlement agreement to resolve the outstanding issue of the remedy in Case # Q10C-4Q-C 15174956. This issue remained pending based on the decision of Arbitrator Goldberg’s April 21, 2017 arbitration...

The Gift That Keeps on Giving...

January 14, 2022
(This article first appeared in the January/February 2022 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) One of the greatest gifts ever given to postal workers was not one delivered by Santa. It is our right to collective bargaining over our wages,...

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Say ‘No’ to Social Security Cuts

As the fight to stop post office closures and protect jobs remain our top priority, the fight to protect Social Security continues. Three of the 12 members of the congressional “Super Committee” that has been assigned the task of reducing the...

Join Us: Why Not?

We often receive calls from both active and retired employees who wonder why they should join the APWU Retirees Department. The answer is very simple.

Award on USPS Use of Casuals in Lieu of Career Employees

An award by Arbitrator Shyam Das sustaining the APWU’s grievance over the Postal Service’s improper use of casuals in lieu of career employees.

e-Team Report, April 12, 2013

President Guffey Calls on USPS to Halt Consolidations Until Congress Acts Postal Service Protection Act Gains Co-Sponsors in the House and Senate Congressional Leaders Begin Work on Postal Reform House Committee to Hold Postal Hearing Next Week ...

As a Vet Returning From Vietnam ...

If you elected to serve your country during the Vietnam Era or were drafted in the 1960s or early 1970s, you should read the following letter that I recently wrote to John McCain, the senior senator from Arizona. You may fall into the same category...

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