11 Comments on "Federal judge sides with letter carrier in case against USPS"

  1. I wonder where she gets transferred to?

  2. Yep, she will be transferred and get a higher paying position. That’s the way the PO works.

  3. Doug Weingartz | August 21, 2019 at 8:57 am | Reply

    Reporting isn’t what it used to be. How about some background about this case? Or is just stating the judgment of a case, without giving any previous details now passing as “reporting”?

  4. Just got herself a promotion to district

  5. Probably here in Athens Ga. we are the dump off site for mis fit management!

  6. matty thorsen | August 21, 2019 at 3:10 pm | Reply

    I worked 34 years in dat penitentiary and it’s not the job that’s a pain it’s a few fellow employees and most of the supervisors that are a pain, and I can guarantee you that postmaster Lied her Ass off.

  7. Cut the losses make em’ bosses!!!!

  8. Maureen Lamb | May 19, 2020 at 7:11 pm | Reply

    I believe that the Postmasters push their weight and hold their mployees jobs over their head and I think some are abusive not just the carries but also the clerks suffer under their abuse .I feel they need to answer for their behavior and someone should hold their jobs over their heads ,My grandfather was a Postmaster for many years he always treated his employees with respect and he did his job with pride not abusing his employees.

  9. I have such a postmaster. For the past 6 yrs. Nothing but trouble. Grievances etc.I literally have to work under stress and fear I’m gonna get. WROTE UP. or something everyday..what can I do?? Grievances always get settled at step one and that’s the end..its very stressful..

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