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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‘Worst to First’: How the USPS Cleaned Up Employee Discrimination Complaints

By Frank Konkel – March 7, 2017 The 1980s and 1990s were a tough time for the U.S. Postal Service. A series of workplace-related homicides involving postal workers embroiled the largest civilian agency in federal government and its more than 600,000 employees, sinking morale and even coining the slang expression “going postal” to describe someone…

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USPS: Team improves EEO and generates revenue

Celebrating 10 years of success Team improves EEO and generates revenue for USPS The team at the Postal Service’s National Equal Employment Opportunity Investigative Services Office (NEEOISO) is observing a decade of success. NEEOISO was established in 2004 to centralize and standardize the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) investigation process for USPS. The team handles all…

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