APWU Joins UNI Discussion Of Future of Women in the Workforce

APWU Research and Education Director Joyce Robinson inspired women union leaders at a conference in Japan to support the Union Network International’s demand that multinational corporations create good jobs and decent work for women workers.

Son-in-Law of APWU Member Killed in Afghanistan

Sgt. Kevin Pape, son-in-law of APWU member Rose Knipp, was killed in Afghanistan Nov. 16. The 30-year-old staff sergeant died when the Taliban attacked his unit during combat operations in Konar Province.

Postmaster General Honors Burrus at the Bargaining Table

To commemorate retiring President William Burrus’ last day at contract negotiations — and his more than 50 years of postal employment — Postmaster General John E. Potter made an appearance at the bargaining table Nov. 10 and presented Burrus with...

Two Postal Employees Found Shot to Death at TN Postal Facility

Two postal employees who were found shot to death in a post office in Henning, TN on Oct. 18 have been identified: Paula Robinson, 33, was a clerk, and Judy Spray, 58, was a rural carrier associate.

APWU Offers DVDs Honoring President Burrus

To honor APWU President William Burrus for his many years of service, union members are invited to purchase commemorative DVDs celebrating Burrus’ 53-year postal career.