UPMA President: If you must delay mail – REPORT IT!!

July 17, 2020 Greetings everyone! Hopefully, all of you have received the word and the hard copy correspondence from USPS Headquarters that the Memorandums of Understanding that were in place with all of the unions that were set to expire this week, have all been extended through September 25th. The agreement that we had reached…

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NAPS Files Lawsuit Against USPS Over Pay and Representation of 49,000 Management Personnel

On Friday, July 26, 2019, the National Association of Postal Supervisors filed a complaint in federal district court seeking declaratory and injunctive relief against the U.S. Postal Service for its failure to pay its supervisors, managers, and other professional and administrative employees in accordance with federal law, which, among other things, requires compensation comparable to…

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Postal worker bosses come to blows after name-calling, cops say

By Sarah Cassi – February 5, 2016 Two U.S. Postal Service supervisors exchanged blows at a Lehigh County facility after one called the other a “lazy bitch,” according to Pennsylvania State Police. State police with the Bethlehem barracks said troopers were called Jan. 27 to the Hanover Township location at 1000 Postal Road after the…

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Dog Bites Mail Carrier and Supervisor is Removed

A Postal Service Customer Services Manager in Chicago, removed for various lapses in supervisory responsibilities, has lost her court appeal. (Montgomery v. United States Postal Service (CAFC No. 2014-3049 (nonprecedential), 6/12/14)) According to facts as reported by the court’s opinion, Ms. Montgomery’s removal cited several problems. The agency cited several instances of failing to perform…

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