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Additional Extension of April 3, 2020 MOU, Re: Bulk Mail Tech and Mailing Requirements Clerk Position Qualification, Agreed to by APWU & USPS

On October 1, 2021, Clerk Craft Director Lamont Brooks signed another extension with the Postal Service of the original April 3, 2020 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Re: Bulk Mail Tech and Mailing Requirements Clerk (MRC) Position Qualification....

Latest COVID MOUs and Liberal Leave Policy Extensions until Dec. 31

President Dimondstein signed extensions on the COVID MOUs late last night (September 30), through December 31, 2021. The liberal leave policy has also been extended (see letter below). 

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APWU Victory! USPS Ends Attempt to Change Union LWOP Rules for Political Activity

(This article first appeared in the September-October issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) On July 9, postal management informed President Dimondstein that they are ending their attempt to change Union Leave Without Pay (LWOP) rules...

The Power of Organizing

(This article first appeared in the September-October issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) I often hear some members asking why it matters that we keep emphasizing the importance of organizing. With 200,000 members, some say, why does it...

For The People Act: Securing Voting Rights for All

(This article first appeared in the September-October issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) If signed into law, the For the People Act (HR.1/S.1) would be the largest expansion and protection of voting rights in decades. The legislation...

Labor News

(This article first appeared in the September-October issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) Nabisco Workers on Strike Across the Country On August 10, 200 workers at a Nabisco bakery in Portland, OR, represented by Bakers, Confectioners,...

APWU Member Testifies on Service Standards

(This article first appeared in the September-October issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) APWU member Brian McLaurin was asked to testify before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government (FSGG) by...

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