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Post Office hasn't given labor manual a complete update in 35 years

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U. S. Postal Service officials constantly look for new technology to deliver the mail more efficiently, but it's been 35 years since they updated their labor-management rule book. The Postal Service's "Employee and Labor Relations Manual" is almost as out-of-date as the agency is old, according to the USPS Inspector General. There hasn't been a complete review and update since the manual was...

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