Postal Employee Charged With Disclosing Confidential Information

The following is a press release from United States Attorney, Western District of New York ROCHESTER, N.Y.–A one-count Information has been filed in United States District Court charging DOMINICK FAZZARY, JR., age 41, of Watkins Glen, New York, with knowing disclosure of confidential information by a government employee, announced U.S. Attorney Terrance P. Flynn of […]

USPS To Eliminate 2,400 Supervisor Positions?

According to Hierofont Rural/Postal News: In the past week, Postmaster General Jack Potter and members of Headquarters staff have had conference calls with each USPS district manager and district staffs with direct instructions to reduce supervisory positions within each district. Each district has been given a target number of supervisory positions that must be eliminated […]

OPM Submits Proposal To Create Short-Term Disability Insurance Program

OPM issued the following press release:  U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Director Linda M. Springer today submitted a proposal to both chambers of Congress to establish a short-term disability insurance program to protect federal employees who suffer an injury or illness which temporarily prevents them from performing their normal job duties. “If we are […]

To Err Is Not Human for Demoted Postal Supervisor

Federal Court rules Postal Supervisor’s discipline for timekeeping error too harsh Here are facts taken from the recent case: In January of 2005, Judy Texeira was supervisor of five window clerks and several floor clerks, and she was also finance supervisor at the Modesto Main Post Office. She had been a supervisor for about seven years, a […]