Just a reminder for Postal Employees who are members of the Pittman (formerly Edmond Walker) vs USPS class action EEOC case. It is possible for a Postal Employee to be a “class member in both the Pittman and Sandra McConnell v. U.S. Postal Service, EEOC case.” The legal counsel informed Postal Employees that “all McConnell […]
Update from Don Cheney: “Some Pittman EEO class members think that previously settled claims and grievances are affected. They are not. Rather, it is outstanding claims and grievances that would be waived by signing the Claim Form and Release. The one exception is the McConnell EEO class action regarding the National Reassessment Process. Pittman EEO […]
On May 5, 2014, the Postal Service mailed to RJ Pittman (aka Edmond Walker) EEO class members a Claim Form and Release. Buried in the Release are some severe consequences to be aware of. Pittman EEO class members consist of disabled employees in permanent rehabilitation assignments/limited duty positions whose duty hours during the period from […]
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. 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 […]
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.