USPS Didn’t Fire Worker For Requesting Representation: NLRB

Law360, New York (April 19, 2017, 4:26 PM EDT) -- A National Labor Relations Board judge on Tuesday cleared the U.S. Postal Service of allegations it fired a mail carrier for asking that a union representative be present during a meeting over her subpar performance.

Administrative Law Judge Christine E. Dibble dismissed allegations that the USPS violated the National Labor Relations Act when a supervisor in a Grand Rapids, Michigan, facility, met with mail carrier Shelley Kay Oglesby and ultimately fired her.

Although the NLRB general counsel had claimed the firing was because Oglesby had asked...
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