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2019 National Officer Election Candidates’ Online Statements Posted

Statements by candidates for national union office are posted on www.apwu.org in accordance with Article 11.3.c.2 of the APWU Constitution. To view the statements click here and follow the log-in instructions for the Members Only section.

Tackling Workplace Harassment

The newly formed Workplace Environment Committee met on July 11-12 at the Tommy Douglass Center in Silver Spring, MD to correlate mediums, methods and procedures to deal with employee-employer relations on the workroom floor. Established by...

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Fighting Back Against Outrageous Demands

(This article first appeared in the March/April 2019 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)  The next two stages in the battle to achieve a good new union contract are mediation (currently underway and projected to last 45 days) followed by...

APWU State and Local Presidents Advocate on Capitol Hill for Postal Workers' Rights

(This article first appeared in the May/June 2019 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)  On March 12, APWU State and Local Presidents attending the National Presidents Conference (NPC) in Washington, D.C. spent a full day on Capitol Hill...

APWU Members Take a Tax Day Stand Against Privatization

(This article first appeared in the May/June 2019 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)  On April 15, Tax Day, thousands of APWU members and allies took to the streets to spread the news that the U.S. Mail Runs on Zero Tax Dollars! At more...

Don’t Let the Postal Service Take Your Pulse!

It is that time of the year when the Postal Service wants to take your pulse!  Like previous years, the 2018 Postal Pulse survey showed the USPS what we already knew: Your work environment is not good; your supervisors treat you poorly and morale is...

Hawaiian Postal Workers Support US Mail – Not for Sale Campaign

Activists at the 25th Bi-Annual Hawaii State Convention took the pledge to fight against the privatization of the US Postal Service. Delegates to the HAPWU Convention dedicated an entire afternoon of training to the fight against privatization to...

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