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Briefing: Why We Need the Postal Service

Legislative & Political Director Judy Beard appeared on a panel convened by the Institute for Policy Studies. The group explained why we need to save the Postal Service from this immediate threat — and support innovations like postal banking...

Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth “Liz” Powell Honored with Shirley Chisholm Breakthrough Leader Award

On July 30, Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth “Liz” Powell was honored with the 2020 Shirley Chisholm Breakthrough Leader Award, named after the “unbought and unbossed” 1972 presidential candidate. The award was presented as part of The Summit for Civil...

Stay Informed About Your Union

Intermediate Travel for Training Settlement

This settlement (case #H0C-NAC 19002) reinstates the language of Section 716.123 of the ELM that existed prior to 1991, which permits intermediate travel (for employees on an extended duty assignment) to a location other than the employee's...

e-Team Report, Sept. 13, 2013

Senate Committee to Address Postal Reform Federal Unions Protest Proposal to Pull Postal Workers From Federal Employee Health Benefit Program AFL-CIO Says Postal Service Needs ‘Innovation And Growth, Not Downsizing and Decline’ Postal Work Ranked as...

Postal Nurses Merge With APWU

In an overwhelming vote of 51 to 9, on Aug. 17 the National Postal Professional Nurses (NPPN) voted to merge with the American Postal Workers Union.

e-Team Report, June 8, 2012

The House Still Remains Next Step for Postal Reform Rural Reform State Election Law Update MI and FL Inequality- In Pay?

For Active Reservists and National Guard Differential Pay, At Last

In February, the Postal Service notified the APWU that it was finally ready to comply with its obligation to grant “differential pay” to employees who have been called to active duty since March 14, 2009.