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APWU Advocates for Prioritization of Postal Workers in National COVID-19 Vaccination Plan

On January 20, following the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States, the APWU got to work pushing for the new administration to prioritize postal workers in its national COVID-19 vaccination policy. In a letter to the...

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

(This article first appeared in the January/February 2021 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on all members of the APWU. Our families, our work, and essentially all aspects of our lives have...

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MSPB Rules in Favor Of APWU War Hero, USPS Appeals

One of the highest-ranking National Guard noncommissioned officers in the Army’s Special Forces won a hard-fought battle to regain his job in December — 12 years after he was improperly fired by the Postal Service. Disgracefully, the USPS has...

Zero Base Initiative, Zero Change

The Zero Base Initiative, which is the Postal Service’s new terminology for the old Breakthrough Productivity Initiative (BPI), is causing concern among many Motor Vehicle Craft union members. While the name has changed, the stated goal of the...

Dispute Over Limitations on Casual Employee Assignments

This dispute concerns the proper interpretation of the MOU on Supplemental Workforce; Conversion of Clerk Craft PTFs from the 2006 National Agreement as it relates to the limitations on casual employee assignments.

e-Team Report, Nov. 18, 2011

More Calls for USPS Privatization - Take Action Today! Tell Congress to Vote No on H.R. 2309! Congress Moves through Budget Funding Measure – Defers Postal Service’s Prefunding Deadline Congressman Introduces Two Pieces of Legislation Aiming to...