Postal Service Driver Seeks $1 Million in Sex Harassment Suit

By Megan Spicer – October 6, 2015 A U.S. Postal Service employee is seeking $1 million in damages after alleging that she was sexually harassed by her former boyfriend, who was her supervisor in the office where she worked. Maria Rosario, of Windsor Locks, has been a Postal Service driver since July 2012. In her…

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Pittsburgh postmaster charged with intimidating subordinate to cover up illegal activity

By Jonathan D. Silver – September 15, 2015 Pittsburgh’s postmaster has been charged with intimidating a subordinate in an effort to cover up his illegal opening of express mail packages, some of which contained drugs, at the East Liberty station over the past year, according to a criminal complaint made public today. Daniel P. Davis,…

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Attorney: Whistleblower Retaliation actions of USPS should serve as warning for federal employees, contractors (audio)

The Department of Labor files a lawsuit against the Postal Service. Labor says USPS made bogus terrorism charges against an employee to retaliate when he reported unsafe working conditions. David Hendel is a partner and government contracts attorney at Husch Blackwell. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he said the actions of the Postal Service…

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The right way to do what’s right: Labor Manual outlines whistleblower protection

From the USPS News Link Archives | April 13, 2006 (with links updated) You hear about “whistleblowers” almost every day in the news — employees who do the right thing ethically by disclosing wrongdoing in an organization. The Postal Service protects you from retaliation for protected disclosures. These could include allegations of violations of law,…

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