Stop Post Office worker abuse in U.S. by overseeing management NOW

Click Here to Sign the “We The People” Petition This petition is a call out to the nation to step up and save our Post Office service along with our federal employees, many of whom are being abused on a daily basis by management. Sexual harassment, Racism and attacks upon veterans and employees with disabilities are…

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FAA grounds Amazon’s drone delivery plans

The Federal Aviation Administration has said that online shopping powerhouse Amazon may not employ drones to deliver packages, at least not anytime soon. The revelation was buried in a FAA document unveiled Monday seeking public comment on its policy on drones, or what the agency calls “model aircraft.” The FAA has maintained since at least…

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In peace time and in war there will always be mail call

CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan – The Marines of the Camp Leatherneck post office are few in number but have been working hard during the five months they have been deployed. Ensuring mail is delivered and picked up from all service members and civilians working in Regional Command (Southwest), the Marines of the post office make postal…

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APWU HR/OWCP Injury Compensation Specialist Training & Effective Organizing Training (Oct. 5-9)

Sunday, October 5, 2014, 6:00 pm EDT – Thursday, October 9, 2014, 12:00 pm EDT Caesars Hotel and Casino 2100 Pacific Ave Atlantic City, NJ 08401 Click Here for More Information via Human Relations/OWCP Injury Compensation Specialist Training and Effective Organizing Training | APWU.

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Elmira, CA post office fights to survive

One could say Elmira is a slice of rural America — warm, country, friendly. The same could describe its post office, steeped in history and offering dedicated customer service with a side of honest-to-goodness charm. But that geniality is being put to the test as postal workers brace for possible rollbacks in staff and service…

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U.S. Postal Service wrapping up meetings on reduced hours

The U.S. Postal Service is wrapping up meetings this summer with customers on reduced hours at its community post offices. By this fall, about 13,000 post offices nationwide, including 49 in Jefferson, St. Lawrence and Lewis counties, will have had their hours reduced to either two, four or six hours daily, but they will remain…

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FBO: Postal Regulatory Commission Request For Proposal – Parcel Market Data

Parcel Market Data Solicitation Number: PRC-2014-4 Agency: Postal Regulatory Commission Office: PRC Office of Administration Location: PRC HQ Background The Postal Service’s parcel delivery products compete in a dynamic market, and the position and performance of these products in the marketplace is often a consideration in proceedings before the Commission. Monitoring market share and on-time…

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22nd Biennial APWU National Convention Resolutions Now Posted

Web News Article #: 123-14 June 23, 2014 – Resolutions that will be considered by delegates to the APWU 22nd Biennial National Convention are now posted [members only] online at www.apwu.org. Delegates will debate and vote on the proposals that will guide the union’s work over the next two years. The resolutions address labor-management issues,…

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