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scet
01-13-2015
10:08 AM ET (US)
/m2541
"How and when will the postal service disperse the money pertaining to the Das decision involving networking. Will it all go to Electronic Technicians?"

Anyone have an update to this?
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2015
02:33 PM ET (US)
/m2549 most post office are still open on sat.

the post office still has to pay forward for retires, that is the 5 billions.

so many in management is because they run the place and like to pad the numbers. look at it this way, if there were not many in management and they had to cut 10 percent some would loose there jobs. now have 10 percent over and those at the top are protected.
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kcndc
01-04-2015
11:33 PM ET (US)
Does anyone have the numbers on money saved on the closing of Post Offices on Sat and lost sales?
If we lost 100,000 employees why do we still have to pay $5 billion a year?
Why do we have so many in management? Can these numbers not be cut? Will management be let go from the 82 plant closings or moved to another plant?
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unclegus
12-24-2014
07:22 AM ET (US)
Merry Christmass to all and Happy New Year
Edited 12-24-2014 07:23 AM
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Bon
12-16-2014
03:43 PM ET (US)
does anybody know about the decision this summer about being excessed into a position that the employee was not minimally qualified for, e.g. physical requirements for the job. i would like to know the remedy that was agreed upon. would that remedy apply to one that has since retired after being excessed.
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SD ET
12-15-2014
01:40 PM ET (US)
This individual was not excessed. He was from Tour 1 at MLS. He had some type of family problem. This is the only occurrence that I know of in the San Diego Plants.
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-15-2014
11:07 AM ET (US)
/m2544 I'm NOT wrong maybe incorrect in ONE instance and it must be new policy as passed management would never let someone down grade.

was this an excessed et from midway? excessed is totally different.

and ONE time does not make it an everyday event!!!
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SD ET
12-14-2014
11:41 PM ET (US)
/2543 PostalVet you are wrong. San Diego let one Tour 1 ET downgrade to custodian and moved him to Tour 2 as an unassigned regular. Then he got a Tour 2 custodial bid. Later, he hot a residual Tour 2 ET bid which he still holds.
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-14-2014
08:05 PM ET (US)
/m2542 san diego does not let anyone downgrade.
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Frank
12-14-2014
05:15 PM ET (US)
Been MPE 9 for 10 years. Getting any part of a weekend bid still an impossible dream. Currently have several weekend bids up for level 7. If I submit a level 7 PAR does that negate my existing level 9 PAR. Concerned that another level 9 may take the weekend and I would miss a chance to improve my level 9 bid.
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How
12-14-2014
12:12 PM ET (US)
How and when will the postal service disperse the money pertaining to the Das decision involving networking. Will it all go to Electronic Technicians?
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-14-2014
10:52 AM ET (US)
/m2539 if your office is not closing why are they doing this? if you are getting people from a closing plant I do not believe your office should be re-bidding.
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UncleGus
12-14-2014
03:07 AM ET (US)
 postalvet/m2538 I dont believe we are closing we have a CFS unit in the building Kingston 12401 and they have brought all the local rural routes to our office we have atleast 45 routes 15 rural and 30 city. They are closing a plant at Stewart Airport in the next coming months thou, I don't think my stewart has looked into it yet. thanks
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-13-2014
10:38 AM ET (US)
/m2537 is your office one of the ones closing?

 "...if I put the offices I would like to consider will i be able to decline if i don't like the hours, do I take my seniority or is this a voluntary transfer and will I be considered before other crafts?"

I would think the hours should be listed, contact the office and ask what the hours are. My understanding is once picked you can not turn it down.

the seniority part would be if your office is closing, and if closing you would be before other crafts and should keep seniority.

is your local union involved with this?
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uncle gus
12-13-2014
08:26 AM ET (US)
postalvet: I am in the westchester district we have been given a stand-up talk about the district starting a Inservice Register for custodial positions, the service talk was given to all career bargaining unit employees , they want to fill vacancies, I am a custodian in house 20 years, they gave us custodians a list of offices that have( I am assuming open positions) we were told to select the offices in order of which we like to transfer too. The form says vacancies will be filled according to the APWU/USPS JCIM 2012, The questions I have is, if I put the offices I would like to consider will i be able to decline if i don't like the hours,do I take my seniority or is this a volintary transfer and will I be considered before other crafts? thanks uncle gus
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PuppetMaster
12-09-2014
02:17 AM ET (US)
Well UK Widcat Fan, I venture to guess your not losing your job!

As far as the union fightning hard to get the PSE's coverted, what the hell did

that do for the people who are scheduled to get shutdown in a few months. Now that

all those "withheld jobs" have been filled by these newly union converted PSE's,

you seriously believe 200+ jobs will just magically appear.
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