NRP Class Action Victory – Class Member Claims DUE NOW

The McConnell EEO class action lawsuit involves 135,000 postal workers from 2006 to 2011. The USPS will probably get a small number of claims at this late date. People have given up, retired and moved in this twelve-year period. Many claim notices will be undeliverable. This class action EEO lawsuit far exceeds the largest previous…

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USPS Solicitation: People to Write EEO Final Agency Decisions

The Postal Service is looking for individuals willing to write its Final Agency Decisions on EEO complaints. Attached are their instructions. Most FADs are boilerplate denials, much like letters of discipline these days. “A FAD writer is paid on a “per case” basis, generally $450, on successful completion of the case. FAD writer performance will…

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Postal Service Policy on Workplace Harassment

Effective March 16, 2017, the Postal Service™ issued its Memorandum of Policy (MOP) HR-03-16-2017-2, Postal Service Policy on Workplace Harassment. This policy: Reaffirms the Postal Service’s commitment to providing a work environment free of harassment. Supersedes MOP HR-03-03-2016-2, Postal Service Policy on Workplace Harassment. The Postal Service Policy on Workplace Harassment is available on the…

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EEOC Seeks Public Input on Proposed Enforcement Guidance on Harassment

PRESS RELEASE  1-10-17 WASHINGTON – The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced today that it has voted to release for public input a proposed enforcement guidance addressing unlawful harassment under the federal employment discrimination laws. The proposed Enforcement Guidance on Unlawful Harassment is available for input until Feb. 9, 2017 at https://www.regulations.gov/docket?D=EEOC-2016-0009. This proposed…

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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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USPS must revisit possible harassing nature of postal worker’s cap bearing Gadsden Flag

By Sandra Johnson – October 10, 2016 The depiction of overtly racial themes on clothing will generally not pass muster as appropriate workplace attire. But clothing or accessories bearing ambiguous political or racial themes may present a challenge to employers who must address the concerns of employees who feel offended or threatened by the social…

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