Long Island Area Local Demands ‘Dignity and Respect’ at Bargaining Table

More than 300 attended the Long Island Area Local’s Day of protest on Sunday, April 12, when members demanded to be “treated with the dignity and respect we deserve at the bargaining table” and an end to the “under-the-table Staples deal.”

Wearing it on Your Sleeve

If you want to wear your solidarity on your sleeve, APWU Forever T-shirts are available for purchase for $12 each, plus shipping and handling. A poster of actor Danny Glover, a renowned friend of postal workers, is also available.

California Retirees Host Tailgate Party

APWU retirees in the Golden State took a bite out of privatization by hosting a Contract Campaign Tailgate Party.

COLA Increase

Career employees represented by the APWU will receive a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) of $686 per year in September 2014, in accordance with the 2010-2015 Collective Bargaining Agreement. The raise is the result of an increase in the consumer...

A Safe Workplace: It’s Not a Matter of Luck

(This article appears in the May-June 2014 issue of The American Postal Worker magazine.) Tony D. McKinnon Sr., Industrial Relations Director Our members want to be assured that we will leave work each day as healthy as we were when we arrived. And...