Bay Area Letter Carriers Sue USPS for Employing Serial Sexual Harasser

Press Release – January 15, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO (January 15, 2019) —Legal Aid at Work and Stewart & Musell LLP, with the support of the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund, have filed a sex harassment lawsuit against the U.S. Postal Service on behalf of two female letter carriers for failing to stop a serial harasser…

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USPS Supervisor Transferred, Not Fired, After Harassment Claims, Worker Says

By Regina Waldroup – October 1, 2018 It’s hard work, but Courtney Ferguson says she loves her job with the post office. She’s been at a facility in Schiller Park for four years now. “The post office is a great job to have,” she told NBC 5 Monday. What Ferguson said she didn’t expect in…

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OIG Report: Postal Service Workplace Violence Program

Background The U.S. Postal Service has an obligation to ensure the safety of its employees by creating and maintaining a violence-free work environment. Workplace violence can occur at or outside of a postal facility while an employee is working and can range from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and homicides. Postal Service employees…

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Postal Service Driver Seeks $1 Million in Sex Harassment Suit

By Megan Spicer – October 6, 2015 A U.S. Postal Service employee is seeking $1 million in damages after alleging that she was sexually harassed by her former boyfriend, who was her supervisor in the office where she worked. Maria Rosario, of Windsor Locks, has been a Postal Service driver since July 2012. In her…

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EEOC: No Quick Fix for Workplace Harassment say Social Scientists

PRESS RELEASE 6-15-15 WASHINGTON – There is no one magic bullet to stop workplace harassment or prevent its occurrence and the efficacy of solutions such as training varies widely, a panel of psychologists told the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) Select Task Force on Workplace Harassment (STF) at a public meeting held today. This…

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Revised Poster 159: Workplace Harassment – Know Your Rights! Take Responsibility!

The Postal Service™ has revised Poster 159, Workplace Harassment: Know Your Rights! Take Responsibility! The poster reiterates the commitment of the United States Postal Service® to providing a work environment free of all forms of harassment and includes information regarding an employee’s right to pursue a complaint involving employment matters covered by the Uniformed Services…

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Video: Congress Reacts to I-Team’s USPS Sex Assaults Investigation

(December 3, 2014) Congressman Blake Farenthold (R, Texas) says he wants answers about what he saw in a News4 I-Team investigation into reported sexual assaults inside the US Postal Service. “Absolutely unacceptable. It’s not right,” Rep. Farenthold told the I-Team in his Capitol Hill office. He said he was appalled at the revelation one out…

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Stop Post Office worker abuse in U.S. by overseeing management NOW

Click Here to Sign the “We The People” Petition This petition is a call out to the nation to step up and save our Post Office service along with our federal employees, many of whom are being abused on a daily basis by management. Sexual harassment, Racism and attacks upon veterans and employees with disabilities are…

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