Supreme Court Hears Case That Could Affect Postal Workers

On Tuesday April 18, the U.S. Supreme Court heard the case “Groff vs. DeJoy.” This case could have serious implications for the seniority and other rights of postal workers.

Stay Strong Going Into Arbitration

(This article first appeared in the March/April 2019 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)  By Organization Director Anna Smith With contract negotiations going into interest arbitration, staying united and strong is essential at every level...

White House Plan to Privatize the Postal Service

The White House proposal on restructuring the federal government released today, “Delivering Government Solutions in the 21st Century,” delivered nothing but misinformation and, if implemented, would end regular mail and package services at an...

After Over 60 Dutiful Years, He’s Retiring at 89

David Celebrating 67 Years of Federal Service on May 31. When David Rodriguez first began at the U.S. Post Office Department in 1958, employees would show up and have to wait until work was available, resulting in 12- to 15-hour days with minimal...

Clerk Craft Settlement Strengthens Seniority When Excessing Occurs

The APWU and USPS have reached an important agreement that will strengthen seniority for Clerk Craft employees when workers are excessed from an installation, Clerk Craft Director Rob Strunk has announced.