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50,000 United Auto Workers (UAW) Members on Strike Against General Motors

APWU President Mark Dimondstein calls on all APWU locals, state organizations, retiree and auxiliary chapters and members to support our brother and sister GM workers in their strike for job security and equal pay. 

Interest Arbitration Next Session - APWU Rank and File Witness Panels

During the next session of interest arbitration (Sept. 24-26), postal workers from the workroom floor will serve as key witnesses in front of the arbitration panel. “We always knew that interest arbitration was a possibility and have been preparing...

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Motor Vehicle Service PSE Salary Exception Agreement Reached

On March 10, the Union signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Postal Service that remedies the situation where Motor Vehicle Service Postal Support Employees (PSE) who had been granted a salary exception were converted to career status...

Postal Reform Act of 2017 Moves Forward

On March 16, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee “marked-up” and approved the Postal Service Reform Act of 2017 (H.R. 756). A mark-up is a formal process where a congressional committee can consider and amend a bill before advancing...

NPC Members Take it to Capitol Hill

St. Charles Local President John Zamudio, Beth Zamudio, Greater Kansas City Metro Area Local Legislative Director Darcy Wood, Missouri Postal Workers Union Legislative Director Kirk Schroeder, Greater Kansas City Metro Area Local President...

18th Biennial APWU POWER Convention is Aug 24-27

The 18th Biennial APWU Post Office Women for Equal Rights (POWER) Convention will take place Thursday, Aug. 24 through Sunday, Aug. 27 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor, 300 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202. Click here for a full event...

APWU Members Join UAW’s ‘March on Mississippi’

Over two dozen APWU members came from  multiple states to support the Nissan workers efforts to organize.  APWU members stood in solidarity at the “March on Mississippi” with Nissan workers attempting to organize a union and join the United Auto...

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