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9370
Huh?
03-30-2015
05:11 AM ET (US)
/m9369 carrier2 M-01834 expires tomorrow unless it is extended.
9369
carrier2
03-30-2015
12:10 AM ET (US)
So, the Mou that posted full time job opportunities has ended??
9368
feeling stranded
03-29-2015
10:49 PM ET (US)
I am a PTF on an 7 1/2 city route, with no other city route in office. There has only been one vacancy in the surrounding 50 mile radius, and it was filled with an in-house PTF. So what is going to become of the rest of the PTFs like me? No one in the union can seem to tell me anything, and I'm very worried as to what is going to happen to me and my job in the next week. Thanks for the info...sorry if this has been covered already!
9367
21 yr ptf
03-29-2015
05:03 PM ET (US)
This question does not apply to me personally, rather to the only other PTF in this office. Level 18, one FTR and one aux the 2 PTF share.
I agree with your synopsis egark, thanks again for your input. My research into the union handbook obviously has not rendered absolutes. I understand the CCA/PTF conversion does not have an effect in my small office because we have no change. Level 18, one ftr, one aux city rte. My question becomes, I share my hrs on the aux with a ptf who will transfer 45 mi to become regular. Can she just decide to come back and halve my hrs again any time she decides?

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9366
comfortablynumb
03-29-2015
04:01 PM ET (US)
/m9361 isn't there still a memorandum in effect as far as a ptf transferring to become regular, under this contract, has retreat rights when an opening comes around in their home office due to a retirement?
9365
egarkPerson was signed in when posted
03-29-2015
03:31 PM ET (US)
21 yr ptf /m9364 - contracts and manuals are usually not written in the negative, that is, they don't tell you what you don't have, they tell you what you do have. If you were to research retreat rights, for example, you will find who they apply to. If you are not in one of those groups you don't have them.
9364
21 yr ptf
03-29-2015
02:18 PM ET (US)
Egark, thanks for your reply. This has happened before in this small office. I just want to know if I can stop it this time. This person seems to think they can come back willy nilly after speaking with our NBA. She is a quasi steward in this very small office. Thanks for any input.
9363
egarkPerson was signed in when posted
03-29-2015
10:06 AM ET (US)
21 yr ptf /m9362 - you can't find something that doesn't exist.
9362
21 yr ptf
03-29-2015
09:40 AM ET (US)
Can you elaborate? Where can I find
It in writing?
9361
egarkPerson was signed in when posted
03-28-2015
03:35 PM ET (US)
21 yr PTF /m9360 - no.
9360
21 yr PTF
03-28-2015
02:56 PM ET (US)
If a PTF carrier voluntarily transfers to another office and becomes a regular right away and decides they don't like it for whatever reason, do they have retreat rights back to their original office as a PTF? Is there a specific time frame for this?
9359
me
03-28-2015
04:05 AM ET (US)
I am a ptf carrier about to go regular in a smaller level 18 office. It had one route and a aux but now has 2 routes after a adjustment. With one cca. If mail continues to fall and my route is revised ( becomes a less then 8 hrs). I become a unassigned regular? Can I be loaned to a nearby larger office and the cca be used to carry in my home office. Or could I cross crafts and do clerk work to make a 8 hr day?
9358
Rick OwensPerson was signed in when posted
03-27-2015
09:48 AM ET (US)
yugosmokin /9355 - here's your M-41 link:

http://www.nalc283.org/pdf/M-41.pdf
9357
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
03-27-2015
06:50 AM ET (US)
Also you could check the NALC website.
9356
egarkPerson was signed in when posted
03-27-2015
01:00 AM ET (US)
yugosmokin /m9355 - there is one at every carrier case. It is called the M-41.
9355
yugosmokin
03-27-2015
12:44 AM ET (US)
Do you got a link to handbook?
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