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My Consumer Driven Option

March 16, 2023
On behalf of the entire APWU Health Plan, I would like to welcome all of our new members and their families. The Health Plan team looks forward to serving you for many years to come. The APWU Health Plan offers two rich and comprehensive plans: the...

Women's Rights Are Under Attack

March 16, 2023
Today, in the USA, women’s rights are under attack. Women are being told what they can and can’t do with their bodies. Although one might not personally believe in abortion, it’s not up to anyone, especially a man, to tell a woman what’s religiously...

Who is Keeping Track of Bullying, Sexual Harassment, and Hostile Work Environments?

March 15, 2023
The USPS has never put forth its best effort to protect postal workers from hostile work environments. Employees often experience management failures to resolve cases. They watch management harassers move from one postal facility to another and...

Tax Season is Upon Us. But Who Pays Taxes? And How Are They Spent?

March 15, 2023
Working people, including postal workers, routinely pay taxes. We don’t have massive write-offs, offshore tax havens, untaxed stock incomes, tax avoidance trust funds, or high-priced lawyers. But the billionaire U.S. oligarchs and corporate America...

Resolution: Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories

March 8, 2023
The APWU National Executive Board adopted a resolution to honor the women of the APWU throughout March, in honor of Women's History Month, recognizing the critical role women have played in the labor movement.

Third COLA Increase Announced

February 15, 2023
In accordance with the 2021-2024 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), career employees represented by the APWU will receive a $0.10 per hour cost-of-living adjustment (COLA), effective March 11, 2023.

APWU Endorses Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence for the Postal Board of Governors

February 13, 2023
At our national convention in August 2022, Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence reflected on her time in the House of Representatives as a postal champion and how her long career in various roles at the USPS laid the foundation for a life of public service...