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    APWU 133 Election Results

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    President:

    Craig Brown 115 votes

    Daniel Gravley 62 votes

    2 No votes

    Vice President:

    Doug Butler 107 votes

    Kayla Cuppy 69 votes

    3 No votes

    Treasurer:

    Chris Smith 128 votes

    Paula Barker-Harless 45 votes

    6 No votes

    Maintenance Craft Director:

    Danny Clark 45 votes

    Joey Christian 15 votes

    Motor Vehicle Craft Director:

    Melissa Monday 2 votes

    Logan Scott 2 votes

    Trustees:

    Rita Jackson 92 votes

    Dan Akers 49 votes

    Donna Acord 31 votes

    7 No votes


    Major Agreement Reached on Function 1 “Mail Processing” Staffing.

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    Postal Management and the American Postal Workers Union signed a major Memorandum of Understanding to help address the chronic understaffing at mail processing facilities throughout much of the country.

    Under the terms of the new agreement, over 5,500 new career positions will be created at 192 installations. The number of career positions will vary by installation based on management’s determination. 5,524 PSEs will be converted to career status as soon as possible, but no later than March 13, 2021.

    As a transition to the creation of the new career positions and PSE conversions, combined with the severe backlog of mail and packages, the APWU has agreed to extend the period where management can retain “peak season” PSEs above the PSE cap.

    “This is a major breakthrough and a great way to bring in the New Year, said APWU President Mark Dimondstein. “The Union has consistently been raising staffing shortage problems. Postal management has finally gotten the message and we appreciate that this agreement will take pressure off the current “Function 1” workforce, better the lives of over 5,500 PSEs and enable postal workers to better serve postal customers.”

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    APWU Ol' Timer: Support Postal Workers and a Public US Postal Service

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    Longtime APWU Retiree, Byron Denton, age 92, was a postal worker. As an old timer, he has experienced some tough times, but nothing compared to the hardships faced by today's postal workers. They have delivered through an unprecedented global pandemic and they deserve support. Show you will stand with postal workers and a public US Postal Service: sign the petition to #SaveThePostOffice www.apwu.org/petition

     


    APWU Health Plan Open Season: Now - Dec 14

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    Union Member Benefits

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    Union Member Benefits

    Insurance

    • APWU Health Plans Learn about the differences between the two health plans so you can choose the one that meets your needs.

          High Option 

          Consumer Driven  - available to PSE's after one year of service

    • The Voluntary Benefits Plan provides voluntary insurance benefits designed especially for APWU members. It offers disability, life, dental, hospital indemnity, automobile insurance, as well as numerous other programs.
    • AFLAC Specified Health Event and Cancer Insurance These comprehensive, affordable benefits, made available through American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus (Aflac), are being offered exclusively to APWU members and their qualifying family members.
    • Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance In addition to the Basic, there are three forms of Optional insurance you can elect.

    Union Plus Discounts and Services

    APWU Scholarships

    Financial and Retirement

    Hardship

    • Accident Benefit Association provision for the payment of benefits to its members and their beneficiaries in case of temporary disability, dismemberment or death resulting directly from a covered accident
    • Postal Employee's Relief Fund To aid postal employees and retirees whose homes are completely destroyed or left uninhabitable as a result of a major natural disaster or house fire

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