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Communication is Key

It has come to our attention that a large number of emails are being returned, inhibiting our ability to communicate with you, the members.  If you have not received an email message in the past two weeks, please do the following:

If you have used your USPS email, the system will reject the Union's email. Please use your private email. Rest assured we do not share your email with anyone, especially marketers.

If you have used a private email, make sure that our emails are not being placed in your spam folder. Mark the emails as not spam, or place in the white list.

Check the email in your profile, and make sure it is entered correctly.

Timely communication is integral to our mission, to keep you, the member informed. Please help us help you.

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Action Center
Boycott Staples
Let Staples know we will not sit by while they take our jobs!! Click on the link to get a downloadable flyer!
A radio station dedicated to union causes
The Postal Service is again urging workers to take a survey, called PULSE. Just like the VOE, the Union urges members to boycott this survey.
Contract Actions
Wear your Sticker Thursdays
Action Center
Boycott Staples
Let Staples know we will not sit by while they take our jobs!! Click on the link to get a downloadable flyer!
A radio station dedicated to union causes
The Postal Service is again urging workers to take a survey, called PULSE. Just like the VOE, the Union urges members to boycott this survey.
Contract Actions
Wear your Sticker Thursdays
Offer from Prudential Borrowing Corp

Dear Members, Retirees and Auxiliary Members,     As you no doubt know mortgage rates have reached  all time lows, some as low as 2.75 % As your Executive Board approved preferred mortgage lender we will waive the appraisal fee and  application fee plus we do not charge any points. If you are considering a home purchase or refinance now is the time to act.

Office short on masks? Read this and the item number

From USPS Headquarters: Topeka now has millions of surgical masks on hand.

PSE Health Plan Enrollment

For PSEs eligible to enrol in the Health Plan (over a year on the job or newly converted to career), you must send in the forms to Human Resources, not through Postal Ease at this time. For more information go to the PSE page from the menu on the left side. You must register on the website to get to that page.

Retirement Seminar- USPS

A note from our NBA Pete Coradi:  Just a friendly heads up. These Group Retirement Seminars are in fact off-the-clock as management notes in the advertisement. However, what they do not note is that as per ELM 589, individual telephonic retirement counseling is in fact on-the-clock.

Accident Benefit Association Improvements

The ABA has announced an improvement to the program benefits. The ABA is also allowing spouses of members can enrol in the Plus Plan for benefits up to $150,000. Previous they were limited to $50,000.

Election Mail Extraordinary Measures

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October 20, 2020

Officers, PCES, Pay Band Managers, and EAS Employees SUBJECT:  Extraordinary  Measures Memorandum

As we draw closer to the November 3, 2020, general election, more information is being provided 
today to further supplement and reiterate previous guidance.  This Memorandum follows those issued 
on Sept. 21 (Clarifying Operational Instructions), Sept. 25 (Additional Resources), and Oct. 13 
(Supplemental Guidance).  This series of Memoranda supports the timely and efficient handling of 
Election Mail , as that volume increases, and assists in ensuring we properly carry out specific 
directives contained in recent federal district court orders.

..,,,Please note these instructions represent the procedures in place for the November 3, 2020, 
general election only and may deviate from standard policies, as defined in both the POM and 

Election Mail Continues to be the Postal Service's Number One Priority

The common theme among all memoranda issued continues to be our commitment to the proper handling 
and timely delivery of Election Mail, which remains our number one priority.
Specifically, today's memorandum discusses the deployment of extraordinary measures, to deliver 
democracy for those who choose to use the mail to cast their vote. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy 
has clearly stated his commitment to ensuring the Postal Service fulfills its "sacred duty to 
deliver the nation's election mail securely and on time." Today's information, in conjunction with 
all previous guidance issued, clearly lays out these measures.

The next two weeks are extremely important, and we must work together to put a relentless focus on 
Election Mail, especially the volume of completed ballots going from voters to their respective 
election offices.

Command Center Established:

•     A Command Center has been established by Retail and Delivery Operations,  with a cross­ 
functional team dedicated to providing guidance and answering questions from the Field on Election 
Mail, ballot handling, or any election-related issue.
•     Contact the Command Center immediately if you encounter a situation involving Election Mail 
(including extraordinary measures) that is not addressed in this memorandum, or if you have any 
questions or need further clarification on matters discussed in this memorandum or in the 
previously issued memoranda regarding the handling of Election Mail.

You can reach the Command Center at 1-877-672-0007.  The Command Center is led by Omar Coleman.

Extraordinary Measures Being Implemented:



To help support the timely delivery of Election Mail, and consistent with our practices in past 
election cycles, the use of extraordinary measures beyond our normal course of operations is 
authorized and expected to be executed by local management between October 26 and November 24, to 
accelerate the delivery of ballots, when the Postal Service is able to identify the mailpiece as a 
ballot.  These extraordinary measures include, but are not limited to, expedited handling, extra 
deliveries, and special pickups as used in past elections, to connect blank ballots entered by 
election officials to voters, or completed ballots returned by voters entered close to or on 
Election Day to their intended destination (e.g., Priority Mail Express, Sunday deliveries, special 
deliveries, running collected ballots to Boards of Elections on Election Day, etc.).

Below is a list of some examples of the types of extraordinary measures that are authorized to be 
used.  If your office would like to employ an extraordinary measure not listed below or would like 
to implement an extraordinary measure prior to October 26, please contact the Command Center for 


•     Offices may establish a "Ballot postmark ONLY" line at retail counters, which should be 
staffed at all times, beginning October 26 and continuing through Election Day (November 3).
•     Employ a daily "soft opening" and "soft closing" concept, extending retail hours by 30 
minutes on both ends in designated sites across each city/town/locality, beginning October 26 and 
running through November 3.
•     If necessary to manage high volumes, offices may establish at least one drive-through ballot 
postmark/drop option, which is staffed daily, beginning October 26 and continuing through November 
•     Use practices similar to "Tax Day", with a Clerk outside the facility to both cancel 
(postmark) and accept drive-up ballots from customers; ballots will be trayed up, riffled to verify 
BOE and direct trays collected will be delivered to the appropriate BOE. This activity can begin 
October 26.

o    Ballots postmarked in retail and delivered directly to local BOE for turnaround ballots, or 
placed in collections if out-of-town, must have designated supervisor oversight.
o     For ballots turned around locally, make sure to do accounting for any BRM mail.
NOTE: Proper PPE for COVID-19 is required for any customer interaction.  Employees participating in 
drive-through/drive-up collections are required to wear the proper PPE for COVID-19 and should 
practice social distancing where possible.


•     Local offices which serve or are in close proximity to a BOE are authorized to postmark 
(round date reflecting the date of acceptance) and deliver ballots, rather than the ballots being 
placed into the automation flow.
•     On Thursday, October 29, and Friday, October 30, carriers will physically go to every 
delivery point, regardless of if they have mail, to check for outgoing mail.  On Saturday, October 
31, carriers will physically go to all residential and open businesses delivery points, regardless 
of if they have mail, to check for outgoing mail.
•     All Level 21 and above offices will run regular collections (Monday-Friday schedule) on 
Sunday, November 1, and will coordinate cancellations with their local plant.
•     All Level 18-20 offices must retrieve front and lobby collections and hub mail to meet local 
transportation on November 1.
•     Run early collections on November 2 and November 3, with local postmark reflecting the date 
of entry and turnaround for local ballots to the BOE.


•     Establish a "hub-and-spoke" process for running ballots on Monday, November 2 and Tuesday, 
November 3 for offices that service or are in close proximity to a local BOE.  Ballots are to be 
postmarked in the local retail unit, then hubbed to the BOE, prior to the cut-off for the day.  
This will also apply to the LAST day that the BOE accepts ballots in each state.
•     For non-local BOE deliveries where it is reasonably possible to effectuate delivery by the 
cutoff time for accepting ballots in that state, establish an Election Mail "hub-and-spoke" process 
specifically for transporting ballots on Election Day, November 3, using pre-identified drivers and 
vehicles staged to run trips.  Coordinate the trips around cut-off times to avoid making the same 
hub/spoke run multiple times per day.
•     Utilize Express Mail handoff to move missent ballots with tracking.
•     On Election Day, November 3, carriers will pull ballots from their collection mail and hand 
them over to their supervisor.  Supervisors will exchange ballots around the city, and after the 
exchange, a designated supervisor makes delivery to the BOE.
•     Beginning Monday, October 26, delivery units should coordinate with Mail Processing for 
utilization of the Express Mail Network to connect blank ballots entered by election officials to 
voters close to or on Election Day.
•     Beginning on Friday, October 30, you are authorized to use the Express Mail network to 
connect completed ballots returned by voters entered close to or on Election Day to their intended 
destination. All ballots must be postmarked (round dated) at the origin facility prior to entry in 
the Express Mail network.

Postmaster  Actions:

•     Postmasters are to coordinate after-hours handoffs with BOE, depending on their acceptance 
times. We will make deliveries as necessary to facilitate ballot flow.
•     Postmasters should arrange for after-hours handoffs with BOEs (sweeping collection boxes, 
•     Local management will continue regular outreach with local BOEs.
•     District Managers will coordinate with their counterparts within state boundaries (across 
district lines) to exchange ballots for all BOE. They will rendezvous with other district partners 
within the same state multiple times per day to exchange ballots, on Election Day, November 3, and 
on the LAST day that the BOE accepts ballots in each state.
•     Postmasters will arrange to drive BOE ballots to the voter, using a "hub-and-spoke"concept, 
when USPS management or an election official initiates concerns/requests.
•     We will intercept and deliver Election Mail with known mailer misprints in the barcode (wrong 
ZIP or address at wrong destination) -  and establish a pitch/catch to redirect ballots to the 
correct BOE.
•     Continue to memorialize all issues on the Political/Election Mail log in real time.

Reiterating All Recent Guidance

Upon receipt of this memorandum, be sure to take time and fully explain to your direct reports the 
extraordinary measures discussed in today's document, as well as all previous Memoranda.  A copy of 
this memorandum will be posted on the Postal Service Intranet at blue.usps.govand  A Mandatory Stand-Up Talk, discussing the content of memorandum, will also be 
distributed from Headquarters, which should be pushed to all employees immediately upon receipt.

Questions and Contacts


Providing consistent guidance across the organization is critical to our success. If you or your 
team have questions, resources are always available. The USPS Election Mail Command Center, led by 
Omar Coleman, can be reached at 1-877-672-0007.  Additionally, questions regarding Mail Processing 
Operations should be directed to Mike Barber, Vice President, Processing and Maintenance 
Operations, at mike.l.barber@usps  .gov. Questions regarding Logistics should be directed to Robert 
Cintron, Vice President Logistics at Questions regarding Retail and 
Delivery Operations can be directed to Joshua Colin, Vice President, Delivery Operations, at jo or Angela Curtis, Vice President, Retail and Post Office Operations, at

Kristin A. Seaver
Chief Retail & Delivery Officer and Executive Vice President

. Williams
Chie  Logistics & Processing Operations Officer
and Executive Vice President

General Membership Meeting

The Local is holding a General Membership Meeting this Sunday, September 27, via Zoom. This is our first meeting in sometime, so please, register to attend. This meeting is for members of our local only, and membership is being checked prior to attendance. To register, copy and paste the link below into your browser.

Hi there, 

You are invited to a Zoom meeting. 
When: Sep 27, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

Register in advance for this meeting: 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Sen. Schumer Mid Island PDC Press Conference

Click on the link for an excerpt of the Senator's press conference, attended by Long Island Area Local President Pete Furgiuele and presidents of other locals and crafts.



Of All The USPS Processing Plants In The Nation, Melville’s Is One Of The Most Important Because It Serves Tri-State Area—BUT Without Coronavirus Fed Relief, LI’s Postal Engine Could Fizzle, Impacting Jobs, Businesses & Everyday Service   

Schumer Just Met 1:1 With Postmaster & Warned Of Inaction; Senator Cited Delayed Medications, Paychecks & More In Plea To Get Stamp Of Approval On LI USPS Funds 

Schumer: Even A “Back Of The Envelope” Calculation Shows LI Post Office Operations Would Be Amongst The Hardest Hit If Action Is Not Taken     

Mere days after a 1:1 meeting with USPS Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer revealed that Long Island’s Melville postal hub—one of the biggest in America—along with the Island’s more than 7,500 USPS workers in total and door-to-door service could face a giant axe if the administration does not —like it has in prior pandemic relief bills—meet in the middle and negotiate on the ‘COVID-4’ relief bill now on pause in Congress and if USPS leadership does not support its agency.

“A week ago today, I met one-on-one with Postmaster General DeJoy and my very serious concerns for Long Island’s postal operations, workforce and customers still remain,” said U.S. Senator Charles Schumer. “The Melville facility, Long Island’s more than 7,500 jobs and this plant’s tri-state services are systemic to the entire USPS postal system, a part of the ‘central nervous system’ functions, really. So, a place like this will feel the results of inaction first and it would get worse from there across Long Island and beyond. That is why we are here today for two reasons: first, to make a case for the administration to meet in the middle and negotiate on pandemic relief for the USPS and second, to urge USPS leaders like Louis DeJoy to back this place up—the entire Island, its entire workforce and all the customers.”

Schumer said that of all the processing plants in the nation, Melville is a tri-state hub and that it cannot risk a major slash or closure, a scenario the facility and LI postal services could face without deserved pandemic relief. Schumer warned that without negotiated pandemic relief for the USPS, LI jobs, businesses and everyday postal service on the Island would be changed—for the worse. He detailed his recent meeting with DeJoy and explained how he pushed the postmaster on these issues of delayed medications, consumer goods, paychecks and more as he made a public case for Congress to act and for the postmaster general to heed the concerns of Long Island.

Schumer was joined by Walter Barton, President of the National Association of Letter Carriers Long Island Branch, Peter Furgiele, President of the American Postal Workers Union Local 3251, Keven Tabarus, President of the National Postal Mail Handlers Union Local 300 and employees of the Long Island postal system who ensure door-to-door delivery to homes and small businesses across Long Island as he made his case for action.

As it relates to Long Island and its more than 7,500 USPS workers and countless customers, Schumer said he is concerned because the USPS recently directed operational changes in post offices and processing centers. On August 7, 2020, the USPS also announced a significant reorganization of Postal Service leadership and functions, which could impact Long Island. These changes include the elimination of extra mail transportation trips, the reduction of overtime, the start of a pilot program for mail sorting and delivery policies at hundreds of post offices, and the reduction equipment at mail processing plants. Schumer said these decisions absolutely have an impact on Long Island, a case he made to the postmaster.

“Because one of the biggest plants is right here in Melville,” Schumer warned.

In urging the postmaster, both in letters and personally, Schumer argued the Postal Service is an “essential public institution with an obligation to serve every community in the nation.” Schumer told DeJoy he should not make changes on Long Island that will slow down mail or compromise service for veterans, small businesses, rural communities, seniors, and millions of Americans who rely on the mail for medicines, essential goods, voting, correspondence, and for their livelihoods.  The Postal Service has characterized these changes as efficiency or cost-saving measures and add they minimized any “temporary service issues” as an “inevitable” side effect of implementing new procedures, Schumer and colleagues noted in a recent letter.

Schumer has argued that in the midst of a pandemic, these actions, whether intentional or not, are already causing mail delays across the country and appear to constitute an unacceptable threat to the Postal Service and the millions of Americans who depend on it. According to Time, amid the pandemic, many postal service employees have seen their workload double because Americans started ordering more medicine and food online from inside their homes. But the volume of letter mail – the USPS’s biggest revenue stream – has fallen. In April, the U.S. Postmaster General, told the Congressional Committee on Oversight and Government Reform that revenue losses this fiscal year could reach $13 billion. Schumer said that the USPS is like any other business that has been provided relief and assistance and that the numbers prove they’ve been hard hit.

“The bottom-line for Long Island is that even a “back of the envelope” calculation shows that postal operations here would be amongst the hardest hit if action is not taken and if leadership within the agency does not make the right decisions, and we cannot have that and I will not go for it,” Schumer concluded.

A breakdown of USPS jobs across Long Island’s congressional districts (CD) appears below:

CD 1

1,248 jobs

CD 2

1,262 jobs

CD 3 (Melville)

3,248 jobs

CD 4

1,893 jobs


Protect your job!! Call your Senator!!!

APWU Call to Action

APWU Statement on George Floyd Killing
A New Postmaster General
The Postal Board of Governors have appointed a new Postmaster General, a non-postal employee with no postal knowledge. He is a donor to republicans and the president. We shall see where this takes us.
APWU Health Plan Enhancement

APWU Health Plan COVID-19 Coverage Enhancements

The Health Plan will:
•     Cover COVID-19 testing at no cost* to the member when testing is prescribed by a clinical 
•     Cover telehealth visits at no cost* to the member when visits are performed through the 
Health Plan’s telehealth providers:

o  High Option: Visits through Amwell are available at at no cost* to the member
o  Consumer Driven Option: Virtual visits through AmWell, Teladoc, and Doc on Demand are available 
at at no cost* to the member

•     Cover telehealth visits to network providers at no cost* to member when related to COVID-19
•     Waive inpatient prior authorization requirements related to COVID-19
•     Reminder: Members are encouraged to use mail order for maintenance medications which provides 
a 90-day refill and the delivery is free

*All deductible, coinsurance, and copays will be waived

Family First Coronavirus Act
Families First Coronavirus Recovery Act The Families First Coronavirus Recovery Act (FFCRA) extends to postal employees some additional leave benefits due to the Coronavirus and the illness it causes--COVID19. APWU represented employees, both career and non-career, are entitled to the leave provisions enacted by the FFCRA. Two new leave types are now extended to postal employees.
COVID 19 Timekeeping Procedures
Covid-19 Decision Tree
Below are the steps that should be taken in certain cases of possible COVID-19 discovery. You should have the actual poster in your office. For a copy of the poster, click here.
Important information

Immediate Action Required!


NEW APPROVED Retail Safe Guards & Actions to be taken in every office:   


Social Distancing

·         Please ensure EVERY PO has lines and sign in place today.  Tape on floor 6’ increments, Lobbies, Q-lines, Counters, Front Doors & even outside on ground (for lobbies that get more than 10 people) where necessary

·         Please ensure we have taken every proactive steps within the operations to ensure social distancing: Cases, Start Times, Breaks, Loading of Dock, Back Office, PO Box, PM Office, Parcel Distribution


·         Coughing/ Sneezing guards at retail window is authorized where appropriate, standard work to follow.  Items to consider:

o   Safe and secure installation

o   Plexi glass first option (remember , cough guard , not an air flow shield , maybe 2.5x3 or 3x3)

o   Clear vinyl (shower curtain) as temp option until plexi glass

o   Clear vinyl (shower curtain) as long term where plexi glass can’t be installed


Please take all urgent precautions to keep our employees safe while continuing to service our customers. 


Frank Calabrese

District Manager / Executive-In-Charge

Long Island District

Statement from President Dimondstein
Statement from President Dimondstein: Postal Workers in a Time of Crisis Mark Dimondstein March 25, 2020 Since the early days of the Postal Service, we postal workers have helped stitch the fabric of the country together.
Recent and important stand up talks
These are the most recent Stand Up talks. You should have received these talks. If you are not receiving these talks, contact your Union representatives. These are talks, do not let management leave them lying around and saying you should read them.  Enforce what is suggested. Social distancing is not an option, it is vital to protecting yourself.
Use of Masks In the Post Office
Please note this important message from Director Zimmerman Subject: Use of Masks: Surgical and N95 There have been many questions recently about the use and wearing of masks while at work.  There is no dispute that an employee can wear a mask at work if they choose to do so. A concern was brought to me in regards to the “N95” masks.
March 19 Service Talk
Postal Service Stand up Talk March 19, 2020 Mandatory Retail Stand-Up Talk COVID-19 Prevention and Response March 19, 2020   On a daily basis, we interact with our customers in the lobby to transact business. The safety and well-being of our employees is our highest priority, especially in response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Coronavirus and FECA (Workers Comp)
Latest Management Coronavirus Instructions
CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19) UPDATED SUPERVISOR AND MANAGEMENT GUIDANCE (V.2) March 13, 2020 The Postal Service continues to monitor the spread of COVID-19 across the United States. The following information is provided to assist you as managers and supervisors to communicate with your employees.
Note!!! Event changes

Please note that the General Membership Meeting and Shop Steward Seminar scheduled for Sunday, March 22, 2020 is canceled. We will reschedule the shop steward seminar. No one will be adversely affected by this cancelation. 

Be safe, stay healthy, take care of family. Stay posted for additional information and schedules.

Coronavirus Update from PMG
USPS News Link News Coronavirus update PMG delivers message to employees March 9 at 3:42 p.m. PLAY 00:00 04:21 PIPENTER FULLSCREEN PLAY In a special “Business Focus” video released this week, Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan updates employees on the new coronavirus.
We have a contract!!!
We Have a New Union Contract!! Retroactive Back Pay and COLA Awarded March 11, 2020 The big news is in – 200,000 postal workers represented by the APWU have a new union contract.
Renewed Optimism
Mike - As we started the New Year with the delivery of more than 400,000 petition signatures to the Postmaster General, President Dimondstein had a message for all members. "Let’s enter this year with renewed optimism and energy. I look forward to working with all of you as we continue to advance the cause of postal - and all - workers." Watch the video here.
Message from President Dimondstein
Dear Sisters and Brothers, Happy New Year to you all. It promises to be an important year in the life of our union and our movement as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Great Postal Strike, anticipate a new contract, engage in vital struggles over the future of the Postal Service and organize for important elections in the fall.
Welcome 2020!!!
Happy New Year!!! Here's to hoping that everyone had a fantastic, fun filled, and safe holiday season. All of our members toiled hard during this holiday season, working long hours, often starting at midnight to accept Amazon drops. You all deserve a round of applause. 2019 was a challenging year, and 2020 will be no less challenging.
Contract Now
Show your Union Support and the fight for a fair contract. Wear your contract now stickers, have your kids, family, friends wear the stickers. Support your Union. Fight for a fair contract.
Greatest Grievance of All
Tom Brimm, Managing Editor, e Kentucky Labor News, June 1981 {t  would  be  the  most  famous  written IEVANCE in the history of man .
Things a Member Should Do
Members, there are several things you should do periodically to protect yourself, and to assist your Union in protecting your rights. A very important and overlooked task a member should do is periodically review their Official Personnel File.  Know what is in your OPF, and if there is something that should not be in there, take action to have it removed.
Protect your job!! Call your legislator!!!
Legislation Calls to Repeal Prefunding Mandate WEB NEWS ARTICLE #:  32-2019 05/02/2019 - On Monday, Apr. 29, members of Congress introduced H.R. 2382, the USPS Fairness Act. This legislation would repeal, in full, the onerous prefunding of retiree health care benefits mandate Congress put in place in 2006.
APWU Contract Statement
Statement from President Mark Dimondstein to APWU on Status of Collective Bargaining WEB NEWS ARTICLE #:  119-2018 12/21/2018 - The Collective Bargaining Agreement (Union Contract) between the American Postal Workers Union and the United States Postal Service initially expired on September 20, 2018.
It's Your Job, Save It
Reprinted from the Wisconsin Postal Workers Volume 51    No.
Urgent Safety Alert
Urgent Safety Alert Breaking news: It has just been reported that explosive devices have been sent through the mail addressed to a number of high-profile individuals and corporate entities. APWU leaders condemn such criminal acts. Our members are rightfully deeply concerned for their own well being and that of the public we serve.
Benefits for PSEs
As if PSEs (or any employee represented by APWU) needed any additional reasons to belong to the American Postal Workers Union, these additional benefits and rights exacted for PSEs demonstrate how hard, and continuous, APWU works for their members.
Postal Service Unilaterally Changes Safety Program
Not surprisingly, the Postal Service has once again unilaterally changed a program within the job. This time, the Postal Service has changed the safety program, essentially ridding themselves of safety captains, local safety and health committees, and the nuisance (to managers) form 1767 report of safety problems. This action seeks to circumvent the Union's and long standing practices.
Unions Stand Together Against Postal Service Jobs Attack
My job is safe. NOT!
So you thought you had a job, eh? A good job. Good days off, good hours.  Seniority has its privileges, eh?  You’re a senior lead clerk, level 7, do the tasks you want to do.  But do TACS? No, I do not want to do that. Station inputs? No, let them find some junior clerk to do that.  In fact, let management do that work.
03/02/2015 - The APWU and USPS are facing off over management’s latest scheme: The Postal Pulse, a new employee opinion survey. “The APWU vehemently opposes Postal Pulse – and any other employee opinion survey – despite management notices that say otherwise,” said President Mark Dimondstein.  A Feb.
Someone Else Died

APWU Stands up for Safe Jobs

The American Postal Workers Union continually fights for safe jobs. The Postal Service, as we all know, is not the safest place to work. Learn what we can do to keep ourselves safe, and what the Union is doing to help keep us safe. For more information, click here.

Money on the table
For those Long Island NY Area Locals who have been paying attention, or have been on the receiving end, the members of this local have won thousands of dollars for various violations of our contract in their offices. Almost quarterly, many of our members receive checks for several hundred dollars to a couple of thousand dollars.

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Boycott Staples
Let Staples know we will not sit by while they take our jobs!! Click on the link to get a downloadable flyer!
A radio station dedicated to union causes
The Postal Service is again urging workers to take a survey, called PULSE. Just like the VOE, the Union urges members to boycott this survey.
Contract Actions
Wear your Sticker Thursdays
Action Center
Boycott Staples
Let Staples know we will not sit by while they take our jobs!! Click on the link to get a downloadable flyer!
A radio station dedicated to union causes
The Postal Service is again urging workers to take a survey, called PULSE. Just like the VOE, the Union urges members to boycott this survey.
Contract Actions
Wear your Sticker Thursdays
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