Former New Jersey Postal Service Employee Alleges EEOC Retaliation Discrimination Against Agency After Being Removed for Misconduct

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Black postal worker claims insuboardination firing direct EEOC retaliation.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Philadelphia District Office issued EEOC Case No. 530-2006-00176X and will conduct an Administrative Hearing into this matter.

James Coe, a Vietnam Veteran, who had a pending EECO case against his manager claims there was a connection between his protected EEOC grievance and his August 2005 insubordination termination from the Postal Service Processing & Distribution Center in Edison NJ.

Mr. Coe was initially disqualified for unemployment benefits by the New Jersey Department of Labor for employment misconduct.

September 2005 the New Jersey Department of Labor Appeals Tribunal issued a written opinion supporting Mr. Coe, "No disqualification arose under N.J.S.A. 43:21-5(b) as Mr. Coe was not discharged for misconduct connected with his work."

Mr. Coe claiming to be a victim of employment discrimination faces an uphill battle before his hearing date to save his career and pension. Mr. Coe hopes most Americans would agree government agencies like the Postal Service should legally show just cause before firing Veterans.

Under financial pressure and pro se before the EEOC Philadelphia District. Mr. Coe's only hope of survival is public support which could accelerate the normal (180 days) appeals process.

For additional informationabout this case or EEOC Employment Discrimination Complaint process please contact James Coe 732.463.3841 and also visit website


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