APWU Pittsburgh Retiree Record – WHERE WERE YOU 50 YEARS AGO IN MARCH?

Via John P. Richards, President – Pittsburgh Area Retiree Chapter of the APWU Excerpt: To my dying day I will never forget where I was. I was the Business Agent for the National Postal Union Local in Western Pennsylvania, or NPU. (Many that read this may have no idea what that Union was. We were…

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APWU Clerk NBA Turney: Thank you Custodians

“The COVID-19 pandemic presents a major challenge to our Union and our Nation, but it’s one I know we’ll get through together. There are so many heroes on the front lines. One that I want to mention is our APWU Custodians. Our custodians are doing extra to keep our offices clean. They are wiping down…

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USPS HQ Maintenance: Using Alcohol as a Disinfectant (3/13/20)

Due to the fact that many of the disinfectants listed in MMO-031-20 are either unavailable or in limited supply, rubbing alcohol can be used as an alternative. Topeka is in the process of procuring alcohol for the field to use in the daily completion of MMO-031-20 until inventories of the products listed in the MMO…

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APWU Releases New Contract in PDF Format

Just three days after Arbitrator Goldberg rendered his binding Interest Arbitration Award on the 2018-2021 new union contract, the national APWU is pleased to be able to circulate the entire contract with all the appropriate contractual updates for use by the officers, shop stewards and members. “We understand how important it is to get your…

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APWU Members Need a Human Relations Director

As the corona virus (COVID-19) spreads throughout the country and begins to affect APWU members, it becomes increasingly important that we have a Human Relations Director. There should be no delay in naming a replacement for sister Carney. First Name: Desi Last Name: Neurohr Email: dneurohr@pgh-metro.net Union/Local: APWU – Florida State Retirees Chapter Office held…

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APWU: Postal Service “liberal” leave policy in light of school closings

From: Mark Dimondstein <mdimondstein@apwu.org> Sent: Friday, March 13, 2020 12:45 PM Subject: Leave in light of school closings All, This morning we initiated discussion with the Postal Service regarding their leave policy as it relates to new hardships of child/family care placed on many of our members due to school closings in many states. The…

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USPS: COVID-19 Coronavirus – Updated Supervisor and Management Guidance (3/13/20)

“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.” Related: APWU: Postal Service “liberal” leave policy in light of school closings

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Postal Bulletin: Customer Service Includes Removing All Mail Tags from MTE

Fiscal Year 2020 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for the Postal Service™ due to anticipated high mail volumes that will include Election Mail, Political Mail, and Census mail. The Postal Service would like to remind employees that highly visible tags and labels are attached to trays, sacks, and containers to assist with…

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