New Computer Program Will Help Win Good Jobs

A new APWU computer program that tracks employees’ work hours will help local unions fight for jobs with better schedules, address excessing issues and retreat rights, and identify part-time flexible hours that justify full-time jobs.

AFL-CIO, Union Plus Offer ‘Dreams of Jobs and Freedom’ Scholarships

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, during which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his historic “I Have a Dream” speech, the AFL-CIO and Union Plus are offering scholarships to help graduating high school seniors...

APWU Celebrates Women’s History Month

The APWU will honor the contributions of American women in shaping our nation in March, during Women’s History Month. APWU members are encouraged to participate in activities that celebrate the achievements of women.

APWU Website User Survey

The APWU is in the planning stages of redesigning and upgrading the union’s website, We hope to improve the site’s content and organization, make it easier for users to find the information they’re looking for, and give the site a...

Union to Develop New Web-Based Grievance System

The APWU is developing a new web-based grievance system to improve the efficiency of our grievance procedure, and plans are underway to begin a pilot to test the program in August.