Hacked Employees File Charges Against Postal Service

The American Postal Workers Union Monday filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board complaining that the USPS did not bargain with the union over the response to the massive breach of employees’ personal data. While the USPS has said that it would pay for a year of credit monitoring for affected employees, the union says that may not be enough:

Sally Davidow, a spokeswoman for APWU, told Government Executive that decision was made “unilaterally,” and one year of insurance “may or may not be sufficient.”“Other remedies may be required if employees suffer identity theft as a result of the breach,” Davidow said. APWU anticipates the charges field with NLRB will help alleviate those concerns.

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