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APWU Announces Dedication of Headquarters Boardroom to President William H. Burrus

February 23, 2024
APWU has honored the legacy of former President William H. Burrus by renaming the National Executive Boardroom at APWU Headquarters in his memory. 

Maintenance Capable and Non-Maintenance Capable Dispute Settled

February 15, 2024
APWU and USPS management have settled National Dispute USPS NO. Q18T-6Q-C-21160044/APWU No. HQTT20210109

Detroit Amazon Workers Organize for Respect with APWU

January 8, 2024
Amazon workers in Detroit’s DTW1 plant are working with APWU organizers for a real voice, power, and justice in the workplace. Read their origin story:

Looking Back on Labor History: Memphis Sanitation Workers' Strike & the Battle of the Bulk

January 8, 2024
This month in Labor History, we take a look back at the Memphis Sanitation Workers' Strike and the Battle of the Bulk.

Giving Back to Our Communities: Join the 2023 Combined Federal Campaign

December 12, 2023
As many of us think about charitable giving during the holiday season, the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is in full swing! The CFC is an annual charity drive that brings together federal employees, retirees, and government contractors to give back...

Update on Management's Network Modernization Plans: APWU Takes a Series of Actions

November 17, 2023
While still in its early stages, postal management is aggressively proceeding with their “network modernization” plans.

Next union negotiated raises will be in paychecks dated December 8, 2023

November 17, 2023
APWU-represented career postal employees will receive a union-won general wage increase (GWI) equal to 1.3 percent of base pay, effective Nov. 18. Non-career APWU-represented employees will receive an additional 1 percent, or a 2.3 percent GWI, as...