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Log-in Instructions

For Current USPS Employees 

Your Log-in is your Employee Identification number. 

For Retirees and Private Sector Members

Your APWU membership number will serve as your Log-in. The number is printed on your membership card, which is mailed to you annually. 

For Associate Members 

Your APWU Associate Membership number will serve as your Log-in. The number is printed on your invoice, which is mailed to you annually. 

Password

Your Temporary Password is your last name followed by the last four digits of your Social Security number. Enter your last name exactly as it appears on your pay stub.  If your last name has a suffix (such as Jr. or III), do not include it as part of your password.

Example: "John Q. Smith Jr." - Employee ID = 01234567, SSN=1234-45-9999

User Name: 01234567
Password: Smith9999

Choosing Your Permanent Password 

After you log in, you must change your password. This will make your password easy to remember and help protect the security of your personal information. 

Subsequent Log-ins

Enter your log-in (your employee I.D. number or unique APWU membership number) and the password you selected. 

Problems Logging In?

You will not be able to log-in to the Members Only area if the security settings on your computer are set to block "cookies". A cookie is a small file that our server places on your computer to help the server recognize you as a member. If you have a problem logging-in, please check and adjust the privacy settings for Internet browser. 

If you are unable to log in as instructed, send an e-mail to MyUnionInfoHelp@apwu.org.

Provide the following information to help us determine the source of the problem:
  • Your full name (exactly as it appears on your pay stub).
  • Your USPS Employee Identification Number, or for Retirees, APWU Private Sector and Associate Members, please use your membership number.
  • The last four digits of your Social Security Number.
  • Your current password, if known.

For Current USPS Employees using the Online Join Process

Should you encounter issues with joining through the APWU online process, please contact the APWU Organization Department.

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