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Royal Mail

One week before christmas two royal mail workers were unjustly fired from the post, one serving 17 years and due to retire this year and another serving 15 years just married with a young family. They were both fired for posting recorded deliveries through customers doors without obtaining a signature(point to note customers hadn't complained). This is actually common practice throughout Royal Mail therefore how is it fair to just sack these two men, surely the punishment should be straight across the board??? I am sure if they had actually investigated this they would have had to sack more than half there workforce!! Both men have growing evidence to support there claim that they have been unfairly treated and are awaiting a hearing date for an employment tribunal. It's actually sickening to hear the amount of postmen that actually do and still do this after these men have been fired for it. Therefore how can Royal Mail justify this???

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Nicola Storey

This petition closed almost 2 years ago

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I would like to ask for your help to suport these two men who have dedicated 15 and 17 years to Royal Mail to be treated so shockingly, they have been victimised and used as scapegoats. Everyone...

I would like to ask for your help to suport these two men who have dedicated 15 and 17 years to Royal Mail to be treated so shockingly, they have been victimised and used as scapegoats. Everyone knows that this is common practice through Royal Mail showing that this is actually an issue throughout the company, so why should only two men take the flack for it?? I would ask you PLEASE to sign this petition ONLY if you have ever had a recorded delivery/special delivery put through your door or left in a safe place without asking to sign for it, be it your postman trying to save you the inconvenience of having to collect it elsewhere or that its been by mistake(mistakes can and do happen) These men need your help to get the justice they so rightfully deserve at an employment tribunal and show that its actually an issue throughout royal mail and not just that of two men. Please share/repost and help these men get as much support as possible. Thanks for taking the time to read this

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