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40135
Deleted by author 07-20-2014 08:03 PM
40134
Deleted by author 07-15-2014 02:28 AM
40133
slc glPerson was signed in when posted
07-11-2014
05:38 PM ET (US)
The REC is required to have a minimum of 50% careers, and can have more than that if management chooses. Of course management doesn't want more than the minimum, annie's nonsensical post notwithstanding.
40132
pse slPerson was signed in when posted
07-11-2014
03:52 PM ET (US)
I thought that there has to be a ratio of 50/50 careers and PSEs. Thats why they are converting more PSEs to FTFs because of whats goin on in Wichita and the hiring of PSEs here in SLC. At least thats what we've been told.
40131
slcrecPerson was signed in when posted
07-11-2014
11:47 AM ET (US)
/m40130 The contract does not care about having a certain % of PSE's only a minimum % of careers. In other words, the union would have no objections to having 100% careers and 0% PSE's.
40130
slc vdlPerson was signed in when posted
07-11-2014
11:11 AM ET (US)
/m40118 anniep, I'm glad you're happy with your decision, but I feel you're a little misinformed about how SLC treats PSEs. Firstly, the contract requires a certain % of PSEs so, even if management didn't want PSEs, they wouldn't be able to control that. However, why wouldn't they want PSEs? PSEs are cheaper and can be used as needed or sent home after 2 hours if they're not needed. That's a valuable tool for management and I imagine a big reason they're in place. Secondly, the REC does what it can for PSEs including recently bringing back the trade sheet which helps PSEs get more hours in the slow times. Also, in my experience as a PSE, I could basically work any shift I wanted which is an advantage careers don't have, at least until they can get some seniority. I'm not saying I've never been angry at the inconsistency or policies I don't agree with but, really, there's many worse jobs and no job is perfect. However, had I been faced with your decision of relocation I am sure I would not have relocated for the job. I hope you were able to find something else.

Yes, I was able to become career without being let go. The "letting go" occurs when the career position is rejected. In that case it takes going thru the process again to be re-hired as a PSE.
Edited 07-11-2014 11:12 AM
40129
slc vdlPerson was signed in when posted
07-11-2014
10:50 AM ET (US)
The starting pay is $16.85. There is no pay difference between FTFs & FTRs. I told you wrong before, pse sl. I am at the top of page 4, not the bottom. I was relying on my less than reliable memory.
Edited 07-11-2014 10:51 AM
40128
pse slPerson was signed in when posted
07-09-2014
02:50 PM ET (US)
Whats the starting pay of an FTF? Is there a pay difference between FTFs and FTRs?
40127
lgma1Person was signed in when posted
07-08-2014
12:08 PM ET (US)
Finally, tech support gave me a phone number. Thanks all
40126
lgma1Person was signed in when posted
07-08-2014
10:54 AM ET (US)
Thanks...no I am not going through liteblue. I have googled to death trying to find a number. I have contacted customer service trying to get a tech to reset my password just to be told how to set it up. Since my move, we have a new Internet carrier, I had to change my email address. So my original ecareer profile is set up under my old email addy and I tried to set up a new one under my new email addy and it has been rejected. So, now I can't even access it.

Just was grasping at straws, hoping that what everyone has been going through at the recs, thought someone might have a phone number...thanks anyway, good luck.
40125
RumorCtrlPerson was signed in when posted
07-08-2014
07:58 AM ET (US)
You're not trying to get into liteblue.usps.gov are you? That's for current employees. The general public should go to www.usps.com/careers and then click the link to login on the right-hand side. There's also a link to start your eCareer profile if you've never logged in through usps.com before.
Edited 07-08-2014 07:58 AM
40124
slc glPerson was signed in when posted
07-08-2014
05:45 AM ET (US)
I think people assumed you were looking for a DCO position, since you posted on the REC forum. Unfortunately, no one on this forum is a human resources expert. You might have better luck on the Postal Careers, or Open Discussion boards. Or why don't you call Human Resources in the city where you want to work? Look on Google for a phone number.
40123
lgma1Person was signed in when posted
07-07-2014
07:48 PM ET (US)
I am aware of that, I want to apply for some positions with the post office that are open here. Since I am having no luck getting a number to call and help with why I can't log in and I also want to find out if my profile is still in the system...I thought maybe someone here might have a phone number that would help.
40122
Last REC StandingPerson was signed in when posted
07-07-2014
05:26 PM ET (US)
Wow you should really read back a few months on this forum. Salt Lake is the only REC left.
40121
lgma1Person was signed in when posted
07-07-2014
05:21 PM ET (US)
I am in Oklahoma, not sure that # would help me, I was a DCO in Wichita.
40120
slcrecPerson was signed in when posted
07-07-2014
04:32 PM ET (US)
Call HR at the SLC REC. 801 973-5500
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