MSPB Issues Precedent-Setting Decision in NRP Cases

Postal workers who were injured on the job won an important victory on Feb. 24, when the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) issued a precedent-setting decision in the case of James C. Latham et al v USPS. The ruling has important implications for...

DOL Releases New Online Tool For Workers' Compensation Claims

The Employees' Compensation Operations and Management Portal (ECOMP) is the newest on-line tool created by the Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs (OWCP) to assist with claims processing and tracking.

APWU Members Urged to Take Action As Senate Reviews Postal Reform

Postal reform is a hot topic in Congress as the Senate prepares to vote on the 21st Century Postal Service Act,  and APWU President Cliff Guffey is urging union members to contact their senators and let them know: Senate bill 1789 is unacceptable in...

APWU Discourages Members From Participating in ‘Align Networks’

The APWU “strongly discourages” union members from participating in physical therapy through Align Networks, Human Relations Director Sue Carney says.

Deadline to Submit Questionnaires For Walker Class-Action Case is Dec. 15

Time is running out for postal employees involved in the Walker Class-Action lawsuit to return questionnaires they recently received from the Postal Service.