USPS committed to Zero Tolerance Policy

February 8, 2022 The Postal Service is committed to cultivating a positive and safe work environment that’s free of threats, intimidation, bullying and violence for all employees. To help fulfill this commitment, a threat assessment team is available to respond to threats, assaults and potential violence at all USPS locations. These teams are located at…

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Retiree Chapter question for the National APWU Executive Board

I sent this question to the National APWU Executive Board. Not sure if they will respond. My local involved Retirees from 2004-2017 and we never had a problem. This could happen to any local union and unfortunately the National APWU is unable to resolve the issue. – Bobby Donelson, Southwest Coastal Area Local Retiree Chapter…

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USPS: Guidance for serving customers with disabilities

The Postal Service is reminding employees and contractors that they are expected to treat all customers with respect and to always offer helpful service. This expectation includes providing prompt and courteous service to customers who may have hearing, visual, physical or mental impairments or language barriers. Although USPS remains a lifeline for millions of people…

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EEOC Online Charge Status System Tip Sheet

Find out about the status of your charge of discrimination any time, day or night, using the EEOC Online Charge Status System. The system is available for charges that were filed on or after September 2, 2015. Access the Online Charge Status System via this link https://publicportal.eeoc.gov/portal/ or select the “How to Check the Status…

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EEOC Launches New Training Program On Respectful Workplaces

PRESS RELEASE – 10-4-17 Trainings Focus on Harassment Prevention and Creating Respectful Workplaces for All WASHINGTON — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced today that it will launch two new trainings for employers: Leading for Respect (for supervisors) and Respect in the Workplace (for all employees). Instead of traditional compliance training that solely…

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“Reinstate NALC Steward Angela” Protest At SF Against Workplace Bullying/Union Busting

By Labor Video Project – November 18, 2016 Supporters of NALC 214 chief steward Angela Bibb-Merritt rallied and spoke out at the SF federal building on November 16, 2016 against her suspension and the massive workplace bullying and union busting going on at the post office. Many stewards have been harassed and bullied by management….

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