After Hefty Algorithmic Pay Cut, Rural Mail Carriers Are Getting 'a Huge Slap In the Face' From Union
A grassroots effort to decertify the 120-year-old rural carriers union after two-thirds of its members got hit with a pay cut threatens to upend one of America’s most iconic professions.
Instead of their pay, workers are being offered a money order that must be paid back due to what USPS called a "programming issue."
Senators Call on USPS to Delay Controversial Pay Cut for Rural Carriers Determined By Mystery Algorithm
The pay cut affecting two-thirds of rural carriers at a time when the USPS is struggling to deliver mail in rural areas due to a labor shortage is scheduled to go into effect next week.
The newly-implemented Rural Route Evaluated Compensation System (RRECS) slashed rural carrier pay despite a worker shortage.
A peer-reviewed study offers yet more evidence the USPS conducted one of the shoddiest environmental reviews of all time.
The Office of Inspector General found the agency did not have legal authority for searches in its "iCOP" surveillance program.
The Postal Reform Act, which is on its way to Biden’s desk for signing after passing the Senate, undoes some of the damage Congress did in 2006.
Manufacturer Oshkosh Defense is exploiting a long-standing loophole that incentivizes bigger, heavier vehicles that can pollute more.
The postal service says 5 percent of delivery routes are too long for electric vehicles, so it has no choice but to replace 90 percent of its fleet with gas cars. Seriously.