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The American Postal Workers Union ( APWU) is a labor union in the United States. It represents over 200,000 employees and retirees of the United States Postal Service who belong to the Clerk, Maintenance, Motor Vehicle, and Support Services divisions. It also represents approximately 2,000 private-sector mail workers.What divisions do APWU members belong to?
Depending on their occupation, APWU members belong to the Clerk, Maintenance, Motor Vehicle Service (MVS), or Support Services divisions. Our union is a democratic organization comprised of dues-paying members who belong to more than 900 state and local unions and retiree chapters in every state and territory.Where is the APWU headquarters?
The APWU headquarters at 1300 L Street NW in Washington, D.C. Postal workers in the United States first won collective bargaining rights after the U.S. postal strike of 1970. Two organizations of postal clerks emerged in the 1890s; they merged in 1899 into the United National Association of Post Office Clerks (UNAPOC).What is my APWU membership number?
Your Username is your Employee Identification Number. Your Username is your Employee Identification Number. Your APWU membership number will be visible in your profile after you join the Retirees Department. Your APWU membership number will serve as your Username. The number is printed on your membership card, which is mailed to you annually.