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Delphia
10-17-2018
10:29 PM ET (US)
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TK
10-17-2018
10:28 PM ET (US)
Hello to anyone with advice. 2.5 years ago I was a newly promoted supervisor, with 20 yrs as a Clerk previously. Long story short: sexual harassment, then assault and battery. The PM shoved me against a wall and groped me. Poom said, what did you do to give him the wrong impression, then said, you go talk to him and put a stop to it. Harassment continued. I called NAPS, that guy took my story and details of proof, then represented the PM. Retaliation and discrimination. I asked to down grade, move to another office, all denied. He was finally moved, after my breakdown, he is still a supervisor. Making over 82k a year. It took postal inspection almost 2 months to come to my house. I used all my sick leave, AL. 9 months worth. Then LWOP. now finally disaility retirement. I'm still fighting, with a lawsuit. Not only for myself but for everyone who will ever endure this. The victim should not have to fight so hard for what is right. My attorney said I should have settled for 138k and went back to work in the very office I was assaulted and harassed. By the grace of God I am still alive, sometimes it doesnt feel like much of a life. Do I have any chance at all of making them change the way they are, to make them follow their own policies that they put in place? What about zero tolerance?
Or am I wasting my time?
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RivkahPerson was signed in when posted
10-17-2018
09:24 PM ET (US)
Elijah
Contact J.R Pritchett at postalemployeeadvocate@juno.com
He may be able to help you.
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Elijah VioletPerson was signed in when posted
10-17-2018
08:16 PM ET (US)
Hello new to forum. Need a PEA my EEO attorney abandoned me. I have nearly completed extensive affidavit and reviewed 6000 discovery pages to come up with about 100 exhibits for the affidavit. In other words, much of the work is done pre-hearing, I am poor, but do not want to go it alone. Any suggestions?
Edited 10-17-2018 08:48 PM
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Linda
10-17-2018
10:57 AM ET (US)
Rivkah, Thanks & best wishes, I have a call in to the attorneys...
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RivkahPerson was signed in when posted
10-17-2018
10:26 AM ET (US)
Linda You should clarify this with your attorneys. Since they are handling your case, you should discuss the details with them.
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Linda
10-17-2018
08:17 AM ET (US)
Rivkah, so the past 10 years that I've been disabled retired... I should only be requesting 6 hours daily back pay? The last two years I was out so much and into lwop, workers comp wouldn't pay me if I was out the whole day they might pay me for the two hours and even that was a huge fight
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Linda
10-17-2018
05:58 AM ET (US)
Thanks Rivkah, just getting opinions. I really appreciate everyone's help! I don't want to sound greedy, I'd be happy with that for sure... Anything really at this point. I'll see what T and s says. Good luck to us all and God bless because we need it
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RivkahPerson was signed in when posted
10-16-2018
09:44 PM ET (US)
Linda If your hours were reduced by your owcp treating physician due to restrictions from your accepted work injury,and accepted and paid by owcp, owcp paid the 2 hours and you had been working 6 hours.if the 6 hours was taken away or reduced due to nrp, the 6 hours daily back pay is what you are entitled to. Why open a can of worms by asking for more than you are legitimately owed. It will give them a reason to oppose your make whole request.i believe you'd be asking for problems and hurting your claims.

My situation is identical.
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Linda
10-16-2018
03:53 PM ET (US)
Fuspi, again... big thank you!!! I will do just that.
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Former USPS InspectorPerson was signed in when posted
10-16-2018
03:43 PM ET (US)
@Linda, let the EEOC OFO tell you it's not ok. So what do you have to lose by including it? Nothing.
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Linda
10-16-2018
02:44 PM ET (US)
Fuspsi, thanks but it was my own medical doctor that reduced my hours at times to 6 hours on limited Duty. So would that still be okay?
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Former USPS InspectorPerson was signed in when posted
10-16-2018
02:35 PM ET (US)
@Linda, I suggest only providing documentation that supports your claim that you reported it. The PO supervisor/manager denials are not needed. I would start my back pay period (if I were you) to the date the PO reduced your hours to 6. The goal is for the PO to get you credit for full salary (not the 6 + 2 owcp) with recredit of all A/L & S/L you used associated with the IOD/NRP through the date you retired too. Encompassing it all as part of the back pay period makes it understood that you want your leave recredited so you can either use it if you take a job back or cash it out at what your current rate of pay would be now or the near future.
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Linda
10-16-2018
11:50 AM ET (US)
FUSPSi, one more question please? Just before I went out on OPM disability my schedule 6 hours worked, 2 hours paid by workers comp. But the last couple of months I was out sick a lot, not getting paid. As far as the back pay calculation goes does the 8 hours paid by the post office even though my schedule was supposed to be 6 hours, 2 HR owcp? Thanks
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Linda
10-16-2018
10:49 AM ET (US)
Thank you FUSPSi, should I just send in what information I said in the complaint about the harassment or the whole thing with the supervisor denying it?
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Former USPS InspectorPerson was signed in when posted
10-16-2018
10:45 AM ET (US)
@Linda, it is doubtful that the EEOC OFO will reopen your past EEO BUT the EEOC OFO will likely consider whatever documents you have showing you reported the past NRP problems in a prior case. Many EEOC cases in the past were dismissed because the EEOC and Federal Judges considered those cases as part of the NRP or NRP related. The proof your reported harassment committed by the manager that likely was directly or indirectly related to the process of you being NRPed should increase your damages. Make sure to state how stressed out you became that caused your to suffer mentally and physically because of the hostility directed at you by the PO supervisors/managers. Sleepless nights, stomach aches, weight loss/gain, loss of enjoyment of life ect...
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