Nov 042011
 November 4, 2011  Posted by  Court, Workplace

Julia Filip reports:

The U.S. Postal Service was justified in refusing to let its workers’ union access the confidential test scores of 22 employees without written consent, the 1st Circuit ruled.

Though the National Labor Relations Board had found that the union’s collective bargaining interests outweighed employees’ privacy interests, the Boston-based federal appeals court disagreed.

Read more about this case on Courthouse News.

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