Developing Union Leaders

In Detroit this summer, the union, in partnership with Wayne State University, offered a week of “Leadership Training for APWU Presidents.”

Join Us: Why Not?

We often receive calls from both active and retired employees who wonder why they should join the APWU Retirees Department. The answer is very simple.

A Take on TSP Accounts

Retired postal workers who voluntarily contributed to a TSP while employed did so to accumulate tax-deferred savings: During retirement, there is no federal income tax on these savings as long as account-holders comply with TSP Withdrawal Rules.

Retirement, Early-Outs and the Incentive

Many APWU members are contemplating a momentous decision: whether to end their careers to qualify for a $15,000 incentive. Under the terms of a Sept. 28 agreement negotiated by the APWU, eligible employees who opt for regular retirement, voluntary...

APWU’s Retirees Director Retires

John R. Smith, director of the APWU Retirees Department since its creation in 1993, retired May 7. Replacing him will be Douglas C. Holbrook, the union’s secretary-treasurer from 1981 to 1998, APWU President William Burrus announced.

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