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Several new employees have joined the ranks of the APWU. We'd like to recognize these new members and thenk them for understanding the need to be part of the struggle.

Ruth Crain PSE Stevensville   Rebekah Donhom PSE Prompton
Misty Hendrickson PSE Rowland   Jessica Kennedy PSE Zion Grove
Mary Kreibel PSE Fryburg   Kendra Smith PSE Virginville
Kaylin Sneed PSE New Park   Timothy Stonier PSE Great Bend
Danielle Thomas PSE Carbondale   Stacy Walton PSE Troxelville

 

We are exploring new and different ways to make the website more informative, interactive and easier to use. If you have any suggestions or feedback you can contact the web editor at akubat@lvapwu.org

Please, be patient with us during this transition. Thank you.

The Workforce Fund Settlement called for changes to the amount of premiums that PSEs who join the USPS Health Benefit Plan are charged.  The USPS has announced a Special Enrollment Period for PSEs to join the USPS Health Benefits Plan.  The enrollment period will run from August 20, 2018 through October 04, 2018.  Coverage will be effective October 13, 2018.

The next opportunity to make changes will be the Health Plan Open Season in Nov / Dec 2018 which will go into effect in January 2019.  PSEs with more than one year of service who are in the APWU Consumer Driven Health Plan can choose to do nothing and will remain with APWU CDHP.

All PSEs will be receiving a letter in the mail explaining this special enrollment period and their options. Read more...

In accordance with the 2015-2018 National Agreement, career employees represented by the APWU will be receiving a cost-of-living increase effective September 01, 2018.  The COLA increase, which will appear in paychecks dated September 23, 2018,  amounts to $ 0.31 per hour for a total raise of $ 645.00 per year.

This is the seventh and final COLA provided by the 2015-2018 contract.  The COLAs received under the current contract add up to a total increase of $ 1,789 per year ( & 0.86 per hour)

PSEs do not receive COLA increases, instead receiving five general wage increases under the current contract.  The most recent PSE increase was $ 0.21 per hour on May 26, 2018.

Several new employees have joined the ranks of the APWU. We'd like to recognize these new members and thenk them for understanding the need to be part of the struggle.

 

MEGAN BOGER PSE Greensboro   DAVID MISONIAK PSE Equinunk
REBECCA WENNICK PSE Spruce Creek        

 

If you find yourself in these Post Offices, take a moment to introduce yourself to these new members and welcome them into the APWU!

Election of officers for the 2018 - 2020 term was conducted at the recent PPWU Convention in Pittsburgh, PA.  All officers were unopposed and elected by acclamation.  Congratulations to PPWU President Mike Stephjenson and the rest of the newly elected officers.

Several new employees have joined the ranks of the APWU. We'd like to recognize these new members and thenk them for understanding the need to be part of the struggle.

 

Brittany Cardenas PSE Forestville | Asley McCauley PTF Titusville
Whitney Frost PTF Conneautville | Betty Miller PSE Hopewell
Adam Houtz PSE Troxelville | Seth Stewart PSE Pine Forge
Whitney Klunk PSE Rossville | Jade Stauffer PSE Lake Como
Anna Konitsky PSE Flinton | Stephanie Wykoff PSE Wilcox
David Kovich PSE Port Clinton        

 

If you find yourself in these Post Offices, take a moment to introduce yourself to these new members and welcome them into the APWU!

 

 

 

 

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