Save Historic Post Offices From the Auction Block

As part of the union’s ongoing struggle to save the Postal Service, the APWU has distributed information and guidance to local and state leaders who are engaged in efforts to stop the Postal Service from selling historic post offices.

Union Challenges POStPlan, Demands Jobs

The APWU challenged management’s “POStPlan” at an arbitration hearing that began on May 1. The union charged that the plan, which resulted in a drastic reduction in the hours of operation at thousands of post offices, also deprives the APWU members...

e-Team Report, March 28, 2013

APWU Denounces Plans to Speed up 53 Plant Closings Postal Service Protection Act APWU Membership by Congressional District Preserving the Post Office is Congress’ Legal Duty

POStPlan in Direct Conflict With APWU National Agreement

The APWU has put the Postal Service on notice that their plan to replace Postmasters at small, rural post offices with Postmaster Reliefs (PMRs) is a direct violation of our 2010 Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Members of Congress Seek Extension of Moratorium

More than 100 U.S. representatives have signed a letter to Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe urging him to extend the moratorium on the closure of post offices and mail processing facilities, and asking him to refrain from cutting hours at rural...