United Postal Workers


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt

No connections available.


Post Office management and the United Postal Workers signed an agreement providing for equal pay for women (up to an arbitrary marrying age of twenty-two) working as sorting clerks, telegraphists, and telephonists.
30 April 1920
General Secretary Bowen of the United Postal Workers wrote in The Post that whatever we get for women now, on the grounds of equality, will be at the expense of men.
Grint, Keith. “Women and Equality: The Acquisition of Equal Pay in the Post Office, 1870-1961”. Sociology, No. 1, pp. 87 - 108.