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eeoclogoOver the next couple of weeks PostalReporter.com will be playing catch-up on posting legal cases filed by postal employees via  EEOC, MSPB, Federal courts and other government agencies.

Disability Discrimination

The Postal Service did not subject an employee to disability discrimination when a postal supervisor refused the employees request for accommodation. The employee, a letter carrier, had a medical restriction that he could not use a mail satchel because of a colostomy. The letter carrier’s supervisor refused his request not to use a satchel, while approving the request for accommodation of a co-worker, another letter carrier, after she fell and injured her knee on the job.  EEOC ruled  that the postal supervisor believed, however erroneously, that he was only required to grant limited duty to postal employees injured on the job . Continue reading ‘EEOC Class Action For Limited & Light Duty Postal Employees, Postal Employee Awarded $175,000’ »

Over the next couple of weeks PostalReporter.com will be playing catch-up on posting legal cases filed by postal employees via  EEOC, MSPB, Federal courts and other government agencies.  Two of the cases listed below are  updates on EEOC class actions.

The first cases are snippets of EEOs filed by bargaining and non-bargaining postal employees. Continue reading ‘Edmond Walker EEO nearly derailed, McConnell Class Action stalled and more postal legal cases’ »

The parties have reached an agreement to settle this class action .

Edmond Walker, et. al. v. Patrick Donahoe, Postmaster
On May 17, 2013, EEOC Administrative Judge Mulligan issued an Order Granting Preliminary Approval of the Settlement Agreement.
Notice of Resolution and Preliminary Approval will be mailed to all potential class members on June 17, 2013. Continue reading ‘Edmond Walker Class Action EEO Against USPS Settled for $17.25 million’ »