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E.g., 09/22/2020
E.g., 09/22/2020

Statement: Federal Court Issues Preliminary Injunction Against Postal Policies that Could Slow Election Mail

The APWU calls on the Postal Service to keep its promises and follow the rule of law. And the APWU will be there to make sure it does, working at every level to make sure election mail is handled with the same care and speed that has always been the...

Upcoming Webinars *Updated 9/22*

The Industrial Relations Department will be holding a series of Webinars during the months of September and October for national and local leaders, stewards, support staff, and members. Four webinars will be held on the following topics: September...

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Dispute: Global Settlement re: Violations of Article 1.6B.

This dispute involves the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding regarding the Global Settlement of violations of Article 1.6.B.

e-Team Report, May 31, 2013

New Senate Bill to Fire Tax Delinquent Federal, Postal Employees U.S. Treasury to Borrow from Federal, Postal Retirement Accounts  Pre-Funding Mandate Continues to Wreck Postal Finances, Rhetoric Masks Real Cause of USPS Financial Woes Suspicious...

Contracting Enforcement

Unlike “contract enforcement,” which is the job of all good union representatives, “contracting enforcement” refers specifically our efforts to stop management from assigning our work to non-postal employees. Our ability to do that received a...

NY Gov. Candidate Astorino: Let Seniors Eat Soup, and They Won’t Need Dentures

This past Monday, Republican/Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino formed an exploratory Committee to run for New York Governor against Andrew Cuomo (D). The New York Daily News covered it by reporting on an interview that Mr. Astorino gave in...

PMG Seeks to Take Us Out of Federal Healthcare Plan

"The APWU will vehemently oppose any plan to take postal employees or retirees out of the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program," writes APWU Executive Vice President Greg Bell in an article for the union's magazine.