Union Files Unfair Labor Practice Charge Over USPS Refusal to Provide Information on Consolidations

The APWU has filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board (NRLB) protesting the Postal Service’s refusal to provide the union with information regarding Area Mail Processing (AMP) feasibility studies.

Guffey to Testify on USPS Network Before House Subcommittee

APWU President Cliff Guffey will testify before a House Subcommittee on June 15 about the retail and mail processing network of the Postal Service.

Updated Consolidation Toolkit Available to Assist in Locals’ Efforts

The APWU has produced an updated toolkit to assist locals in their efforts to bring attention to the negative effects consolidation would have on mail service.

APWU Denounces Post Office Closure Plans

The union is “deeply disappointed” by the Postal Service’s announcement — via the Wall Street Journal  — that it plans to close as many as 2,000 post offices beginning in March, APWU President Cliff Guffey said Monday.

Postal Workers: Now is the Time to Get Involved!

For many years most of our membership has left too much of the fighting for jobs, better wages and our rights and benefits to stewards and officers. It’s not enough. We all have to do more. Times have changed. We have fought off privatization for...