APWU Members Must Continue the Fight!

The Postal Service’s announcement on Feb. 23 that it has approved 223 mail processing plants for consolidation leaves union members just one option, APWU President Cliff Guffey said: We must continue the fight!“That means getting Congress to act now...

APWU Continues to Oppose Plan To Slash Service, Jobs, Network

(Updated Feb. 23, 2012) As the Postal Service notifies employees whether their mail processing plants will be consolidated beginning in mid-May, the APWU is fighting back.

USPS Five-Year Plan: Doomed to Fail

The Postal Service’s latest five-year plan, which it announced with great fanfare on Feb. 16, is “a warmed-over menu of proposals that are doomed to fail,” said APWU President Cliff Guffey.

USPS Plans to Implement Consolidations As Soon As Moratorium Ends

In a meeting with the APWU on Feb. 13, postal officials notified the APWU that they plan to begin consolidating mail processing facilities as soon as the moratorium on consolidations ends. The moratorium is set to expire on May 15.

Senators Seek Changes to Postal Bill

Twenty-seven senators have signed a letter to the sponsors of the 21st Century Postal Service Act (S.1789) asking them to approve amendments to the legislation that the APWU supports.