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Workplace Discrimination Archives

The USPS fires thousands of injured and disabled employees

According to the nonprofit newsroom ProPublica, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) fired or forced out approximately 44,000 workers after being injured on the job. The agency also changed or revoked disability accommodations for another 15,130. These firings took place to meet an initiative called the "National Reassessment Program." The EEOC says the program was discriminatory, but the post office continues to fight every claim.

What is a class action lawsuit, and when does it become relevant?

What if you a Michigan employee clearly wronged – that is, unlawfully treated – by workplace management? Examples of that are many and diverse, and often encompassed within discriminatory treatment practiced in a company.


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