U.S. Department of Labor investigation finds mail hauler cheated employees in Alabama and Mississippi

ATLANTA, GA – After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD), Postal Fleet Services Inc. – based in Saint Augustine, Florida – will pay $329,057 in back wages and benefits to 53 employees for violating requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act (SCA). Continue reading

Top postalnews.com stories of the week April 14-20

  1. Detroit mail carrier speaks months after being attacked by pit bull, saved by neighbor 
  2. USPS releases dog attack national rankings 
  3. Postal employee killed in rollover crash on I-295 in Virginia 
  4. USPS testing new air horn in Phoenix to prevent dog attacks 
  5. 2018 NALC election results upheld by Department of Labor 
  6. PRC Issues 2018 USPS Annual Compliance Determination: Directs Postal Service to Address a Number of Outstanding Issues 
  7. Police Chief: Motorcycle battery exploded at Loves Park IL post office, no one seriously hurt 
  8. Pigeons move in to “temporarily” closed post office in Michigan 
  9. Thousands of mail pieces stolen in series of Henderson NV Post Office ‘dock thefts’ 
  10. Canada Post segment posts $270 million loss for 2018