Attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to speak with anyone who applied for a job with the United States Postal Service (USPS) between January 2015 and October 2015 in California, Oregon, Alaska or Hawaii. They have reason to believe the government agency ran illegal background checks on job applicants during this time. Now, USPS job applicants – including current employees – may be to file a class action lawsuit to recover up to $1,000 each if enough people come forward.
Attorneys have reason to believe that USPS may have violated job seekers’ rights in two ways.
If a lawsuit is filed and successful, USPS job applicants may be able to receive up to $1,000 in damages. Furthermore, a class action could help ensure the agency properly screens and informs those who apply in the future.
If you interviewed with or applied to USPS between January 2015 and October 2015 in California, Oregon, Alaska or Hawaii, your story may be able to help get a class action started. Tell us what happened to you when you applied for USPS by filling out the form on this page. After you get in touch, one of the attorneys handling this investigation may reach out to you directly to ask you a few questions.
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