Some Questions – and Answers – On the Tentative Agreement

Several questions have been posed on the APWU’s Facebook page regarding the Tentative Agreement for a new contract. Union officers address questions regarding the conversion of Clerk Craft part-time flexible employees and part-time regular employees...

USPS Medical Units Phase-Out Begins

In the first stage of a process that will affect approximately 130 APWU-represented nurses, most of the 51 Postal Service clinical-care medical units were set to shut down Jan. 11, with the rest scheduled for closure by March 9.

USPS, APWU-Represented Nurses Implement April Arbitration Award

Two retroactive raises that were reflected in APWU-represented nurses’ paychecks last month are among the features of an April arbitration award, with a third salary increase to take effect later this month.

Arbitrator Grants Postal Nurses Raises, Job Security

An arbitration panel finalized a five-year contract for postal nurses on April 28 — the first since the National Postal Professional Nurses merged with the APWU. The ruling came more than 20 months after the nurses’ independent Collective Bargaining...

Postal Nurses’ Interest Arbitration Hearings Conclude

Interest-arbitration hearings over a contract between the National Postal Professional Nurses-APWU and the Postal Service concluded April 2. Arbitrator Stephen Goldberg is expected to issue a ruling within the next several weeks on the wages, hours...