Update: Trump’s executive orders attacking federal employees don’t apply to USPS

On May 25, President Trump issued three executive orders designed to strip federal employee unions of long-established rights to workplace representation and to undermine their ability to negotiate collective bargaining agreement with their agencies. NALC posted the executive orders and requested a legal analysis from its outside attorneys.

That analysis has concluded that the three executive orders do not apply to the Postal Service or its unions, a conclusion that was confirmed in writing by officials of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).

NALC President Fredric Rolando issued the following statement on the executive orders:

“These executive orders are an outrageous attack on America’s civil servants, the everyday heroes who make sure that our airlines and foods are safe, our Social Security checks are distributed and the air, water and environment we depend on is clean. As my friend and fellow union brother J. David Cox Sr., the president of the American Federation of Government Employees, said: ‘This is more than union busting – it is democracy busting. These executive orders are a direct assault on the legal rights and protections that Congress has specifically guaranteed to the 2 million public-sector employees across the country who work for the federal government.’  I totally agree. The NALC stands in solidarity with AFGE and all the federal unions and will work with them to reverse these executive orders.”

Source: Update on Trump executive orders attacking federal employees | National Association of Letter Carriers AFL-CIO