USPS employee wins discrimination and harassment claim with the EEOC. The complainant worked at the United States Postal Service (USPS). She alleged that the USPS has subjected her to disability discrimination and harassment.
She further alleged the USPS retaliated against her for prior EEO action from 2005-2006. Moreover, some EEO complaints dated back as far as 2001. In 2009, an administrative judge awarded back pay with interest and $100,000 in compensatory damages. After an appeal, complainant later requested the EEOC reopen her case. She alleged the USPS had not complied with the EEOC order. The EEOC reopened and found that the Postal Service had not fully complied with its previous orders.. The EEOC then awarded her an additional $10,000 in non-pecuniary damages.
Lara G. v. United States Postal Service https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/migrated_files/decisions/0520130618.txt
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