NAPS: USPS letter on Violence and Behavior in the Workplace

naps-logoNAPS received a copy of a letter from Doug Tulino, Vice President, Labor Relations, to the USPS Area offices.  The message in this letter is a positive step forward for all EAS, especially NAPS members. NAPS had concerns that EAS were not receiving due process rights as it related to the February 14, 1992, Joint Statement on Violence and Behavior in the Workplace document.

Mr. Tulino’s letter clarifies the importance and need for the USPS to remain fully committed to the provisions of the Joint Statement to ensure the due process rights of all USPS employees are consistent with the principles with the Joint Statement.  Therefore, when Mr. Tulino stated, “. . . protect the due process rights of all employees . . .” that includes EAS.

Please click here to view Mr. Tulino’s letter
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6 thoughts on “NAPS: USPS letter on Violence and Behavior in the Workplace

  1. The ex-Post Master here (now in a city 5 miles from here in a different district) has to carry and post that notice everywhere she goes. She was found guilty of physical and mental harassment and they just moved her!

    One more time and she is standing in the unemployment line; which is BS!

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