APWU Sues Bush Over Failure To Appoint USPS Advisory Council

The APWU filed suit against President George W. Bush and Postmaster General John E. Potter in District Court July 16 over their failure to appoint a Postal Service Advisory Council, as required by federal law. “The Postal Service is required to ‘...

Dispute Filed Over Postal Service Data Security Breaches/Missing Laptops

The APWU has filed a national-level dispute over the Postal Service's data security breaches involving missing or stolen laptop computers containing personal and confidential information of APWU bargaining unit employees.

APWU Files Suit on Jurisdictional Disputes

The APWU has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court, charging that the National Postal Mail Handlers Union and U.S. Postal Service have violated a national-level three-party agreement that establishes procedures for resolving disputes over work...

Dispute: Consecutive Days Off

This grievance protests the establishment of Non-Traditional Full-Time (NTFT) assignments with fewer than two consecutive days off in Mail Processing and in Motor Vehicle assignments in offices of 200-man-years-or-more.

Dispute Filed Over USPS Failure to Create Bargaining Unit Jobs at Greensboro HRSSC

The APWU has filed a national-level dispute over the Postal Service's failure to create bargaining unit positions at the Human Resources Shared Services Center (HRSSC) in Greensboro, NC. The union contends, among other things, that this is work that...