Postal Service Policy on Workplace Harassment

Effective March 26, 2020, the Postal Service™ reissued its Memorandum of Policy (MOP) HR-03-26-2020-2, Postal Service Policy on Workplace Harassment (see page 1 and page 2). This policy reaffirms the Postal Service’s commitment to providing a work environment free of harassment and supersedes MOP HR-03-14-2019-2. The reissued Postal Service Policy on Workplace Harassment will soon…

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APWU Clerk NBA Turney: Proper Use of Social Media

From: Linda J. Turney <lturney@apwu.org> Sent: March 26, 2020 11:53 AM Subject: Proper Use of Social Media (see attached) Can I use my personal social media accounts to talk about the Postal Service? Many postal employees have personal social media accounts and use these platforms to connect with their family, friends and co-workers. When using…

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Pub. 553 Revision: Employee’s Guide to Understanding, Preventing, and Reporting Harassment

Effective November 2018, the Postal Service™ revised Publication 553, Employee’s Guide to Understanding, Preventing, and Reporting Harassment, to reflect the termination of support from the current vendor of the Centralized Intake System for initiating requests for Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) counseling. This service has been replaced by an online efile application. The revision to Publication…

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USPS issues Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement

Effective March 29, 2018, the Postal Service™ issued its Memorandum of Policy (MOP) HR-03-29-2018-1, Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement (see below). In accordance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Management Directive 715, the policy will be updated annually and prominently posted in the following locations: All personnel offices; Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) offices; On the…

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New England postal workers protest working conditions at VT post office

By Stephen Mills – April 29, 2017 BARRE— Postal workers from across New England picketed in the Granite City on Friday, protesting working conditions at the Barre Post Office. Union officials representing workers said they were protesting on behalf of their Barre colleagues who had complained about harassment and staffing problems under Postmaster Lori Brochu….

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Abusive Pittsburgh postmaster sentenced to probation

By Karen Kane – April 12, 2017 A Pittsburgh postmaster thought he was “preserving public safety” when he violated federal law and opened a suspicious package to check for illegal drugs, according to his attorney. But two women he supervised told the sentencing judge Wednesday that Daniel Davis all but ruined their lives by threatening…

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