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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,...

Stay Informed About Your Union

e-Team Report, Jan. 25, 2013

State Efforts Chipping Away at Union Membership, Especially for Public Sector Workers Debt Ceiling Temporarily Averted The Politics of Crisis and Postal Reform Forever Stamps Rising to 46 Cents Lawmakers Back Away From Federal Employee Pay Freeze (...

Union Appeals to Arbitration USPS Decision to Subcontract FSM 1000 Modifications

On Nov. 17, 2009, the APWU appealed to arbitration a national-level dispute protesting the Postal Service’s decision to subcontract the retrofitting of FSM 1000 machines, and challenging management’s failure to notify the union of the decision. The...

No Consensus So Far on Extension of Unemployment Benefits

Negotiations to extend emergency benefits for the long-term jobless came to a standstill in the Senate on Tuesday. That leaves more than 1.4 million people without federal unemployment aid at least until late January, when lawmakers are likely to...

Fighting Contract Postal Units; Protecting Retail Jobs

The USPS announcement in May that more than 3,200 stations and branches in Level 24-and-above post offices would be evaluated for possible consolidation or closure has sparked great concern across the country. Retail employees are understandably...

Meet Our New Favorite Ball Team Breakfast for Champions

APWU locals all over the country are seizing the opportunity to support the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team. The Human Relations Department asked locals and state organizations to host a breakfast and organize our members to cheer for this...

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