Customer and employee rights when USPS solicits changes to mode of mail delivery

NALC is aware of an effort by the Postal Service in different parts of the country to convince customers to agree to change their mode of mail delivery to cluster box or centralized delivery. This page contains the latest information detailing the rights of both postal customers and letter carriers, and we have created a…

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Donald Trump bumper sticker lands PA postal worker in hot water

By Sam Janesch – March 8, 2016 Tomas Strouhal just wanted to openly support Donald Trump. The 23-year-old Quarryville resident put a Trump bumper sticker on his 2003 Chrysler Sebring and hung up a newspaper clipping inside his locker at the Leola post office, where he works. But Strouhal’s employer took issue with them. Citing the…

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NLRB Says Employers Cannot Stop Employees From Recording Conversations In Meetings

By Robert McTiernan – March 2, 2016 On December 24, 2015, employees who want to make video and audio recordings of co-workers and company meetings received a holiday gift. In Whole Foods Inc. and United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 919, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) determined that a blanket company policy prohibiting use…

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Customer and employee rights when USPS solicits customers to change to centralized delivery

Dec. 1, 2013—NALC has recently become aware of an effort by the Postal Service in different parts of the country to convince customers to agree to change their mode of delivery to cluster box or centralized delivery. The following information details the rights of both postal customers and letter carriers: Customer Rights Sections 631.6 and…

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