Cybersecurity and the NLRB

By Jon Hyman, Workforce

A few months ago, I wrote how the National Labor Relations Board was exploring new areas of potential protected concerted activity to regulate. One such area is information and data security.

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USPS Data Breach Highlights Union Hypocrisy

Recently, a United States Postal Service computer system experienced a security breach. The result: around 800,000 current and former USPS employees’ private information, including their names, email addresses, phone numbers, and home addresses were exposed.

Unblocking Logical Postal Reform

Investor’s Business Daily

Labor: The money-losing Postal Service is the poster-child for how public-sector unions damage our economy. Given their rejection of common-sense reforms that could save jobs, why don’t postal workers get rid of them?

Postal Service Won’t Shut Down but Will Default on Its Debt

By James Gattuso, The Foundry

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) defaulted on its debt last night. No, it has nothing to do with the partial shutdown of the government. The USPS is not affected by that. Rather, it has its very own, parallel fiscal crisis that threatens its viability as an institution.