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Daniel
07-19-2014
06:06 PM ET (US)
What I want to no is why my union won't fight this like the clerk union.they get travel and mileage pse hub clerks
9228
Daniel
07-19-2014
06:03 PM ET (US)
Thank you for looking at supra ruling
9227
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
07-19-2014
05:22 PM ET (US)
So you won your grievance? Congratulations!
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Daniel
07-19-2014
05:19 PM ET (US)
At least I no I'm right about 50 mile rule they looked it up and didn't respond
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
07-17-2014
10:19 AM ET (US)
I was responding to /m9222.
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Daniel
07-17-2014
10:14 AM ET (US)
I didn't say I hate the union.I'm our steward.just don't understand why they won't look at this.the case was in California arbitrator Eaton supra fifty mile rule
9223
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
07-17-2014
07:11 AM ET (US)
/m9222 I suppose everyone is glad to be working. But I don't see why a disagreement about whether travel time should be paid or not would make anyone hate a union, let alone all unions.
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sports fan
07-16-2014
08:33 PM ET (US)
Just be thankful you have a job and are working. Things like this is what makes people hate unions.
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
07-16-2014
08:00 PM ET (US)
/m9219 It shouldn't make a difference to whether they are eligible for
a. mileage and/or
b. travel time.

It would make a difference as to whether they should be borrowing the CCA in the first place. But once they do, and the CCA travels, then they should be compensated per the contract, ELM, F-21 Travel handbook, etc.
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egarkPerson was signed in when posted
07-16-2014
07:39 PM ET (US)
Daniel /m9215 - I am skeptical that an arbitrator ruled that. Do you have a link or an arbitration number? RIKSNY made a good point: if you are less than 50 miles you can't be outside the local commuting area.
9219
comfortablynumb
07-16-2014
07:11 PM ET (US)
On topic of cca traveling... Doesn't it make a difference if they travel out of their district? I won every grievance when mgt borrowed a TE from outside the district to avoid overtime. There was a percentage of TE's per district and by sending one out of the district it rocked the percentage boat. DRT ruled almost instantly in our favor. I guess maybe it doesn't matter with CCA's, but I will look it up.
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
07-16-2014
02:42 PM ET (US)
50 miles "IS" the local commuting area.
I don't need to "google" anything, I checked the ELM.
I'm sorry it's not working out the way you wanted it to, but somewhere you just got hold of a wrong idea.
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Daniel
07-16-2014
02:04 PM ET (US)
Google 50 mile rule postal reporter
9216
Daniel
07-16-2014
01:56 PM ET (US)
You have to be under 50 if your over 50 then your entitled to other benefits per diem hotels
9215
Daniel
07-16-2014
01:52 PM ET (US)
 arbitrator ruled you can receive travel time if you go outside local commuting area or 50 miles it doesn't have to be both
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
07-16-2014
01:24 PM ET (US)
And it doesn't matter if the traveler crosses state lines or not. It is strictly by miles.
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