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U.S. mail carriers and handlers are no more apt to get violent and go “postal'' than other workers, according to a two-year study by an independent U.S. Postal Service commission.
The study concluded that postal workers are no more likely to physically assault, sexually harass or verbally abuse their co-workers than other employees in the U.S. workforce.
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