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5863
X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
12-18-2014
07:24 AM ET (US)
Grievance can go back 14 days.

But clock doesn't start till union knows or is told.
5862
SouthernClerkPerson was signed in when posted
12-18-2014
07:00 AM ET (US)
How far back can this be addressed generally speaking when filing step 1?
Edited 12-18-2014 07:01 AM
5861
X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
12-18-2014
06:06 AM ET (US)
I suspect if PM's paying 3, he knows he owes 6. Someone's going to have to bring the union in to get clerk all the hours they deserve.
5860
SouthernClerkPerson was signed in when posted
12-18-2014
05:45 AM ET (US)
/m5859 PTF clerk paid for time sent home last week (PM working window and was over 15 hours) When clerk sought compensation it was met with confrontation. However, PM jumped on paying clerk a few days later. Which is great, but so much enthusiam is suspect. Clerk did not push for total hours PM worked over 15, just for hours within normal operation. Still not to late to address.

PM still improperly instructed as he it appears he thinks logging on to POS in morning and working 5 minutes off and on equates to minutes and not full time window is open. Apparently no instruction coming from above from the arbirtration.
5859
X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
12-17-2014
11:15 AM ET (US)
/m5857 I can't how they avoid giving it all to the PTF. Also can't see them admitting violation and paying without union getting involved.
5858
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-17-2014
10:11 AM ET (US)
/m5856 yes, along with processing of mail.
5857
SouthernClerk
12-16-2014
09:03 PM ET (US)
/m5855 no FT clerk. Only PM and one PTF. (they have not replaced last PTF that transferred out) If PM works 40 hours a week with say example 22 hours clerk work. And PTF is working 40 hours. Who is getting compensation for the 7 extra clerk hours (22- 15 allowed clerk hours = 7 hours) the PM is working?
5856
Postal Clerk
12-16-2014
11:42 AM ET (US)
Are the mailing standards going to change in January?
5855
X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
12-16-2014
07:42 AM ET (US)
/m5846 uniondude: There is no such thing as a NTFT Clerk.

I know that's the company line. But NTFT are more like glorified PTR with leave awarded not on their supposed 'full-time' status, but on the hours they work.

/m5854 Is there a FTR in the building?
5854
SouthernClerkPerson was signed in when posted
12-16-2014
06:19 AM ET (US)
Curious. If L18 PM is working over 15 hrs/wk and there is only one PTF clerk getting 40 hrs. And they won't convert, won't hire. Does PTF get OT for hours PM works over 15 clerk work?
5853
ranman
12-13-2014
11:16 PM ET (US)
If a pse fail the ssa 421 exam. Is there a way to retake the test anytime before six months? And if the instructor told you to highlight everything on the test but most of the things highlighted on the test wasn't on the exam, then is that grounds for early retesting?
5852
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
12-10-2014
01:57 PM ET (US)
I believe the contract says that it can be more or less than 5 days a week, and more or less than 40 hours a week.
5851
Anyone
12-10-2014
01:15 PM ET (US)
40 hour ntft bid could also be 10 hours a day 4 days a week with 3 consecutive days off. I should know because I have one.
5850
Union DudePerson was signed in when posted
12-10-2014
12:04 AM ET (US)
/m5849 Usually, but not always. A NTFT bid can be between 30-48 hours, and I am aware of a 40 hour NTFT bid consisting of 2 8 hour days and 2 12 hour days with 3 consecutive days off each week.

/m5847 Thank you and you're welcome. /m5848 You're welcome.
5849
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-09-2014
10:18 PM ET (US)
/m5848 yes ntft is a career employee and full time although could less then 40 hours a week or more
Edited 12-10-2014 07:44 PM
5848
CancanPerson was signed in when posted
12-09-2014
07:16 PM ET (US)
/m5846 thank you. I asked some of the FTR in my office and they had no idea since they had been regular for so long. With all the changes they just didn't keep up with it. If it means I'm going to become career in a manual office I will take it. I definitely will be looking on ereassign as soon as I get in there. I would rather have an option now instead of waiting until my options aren't good.
Edited 12-09-2014 07:18 PM
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