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3548
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
01-31-2015
11:20 AM ET (US)
You have to be a PTF or regular clerk.
Not a PSE.
Not a PMR.
Not an EAS.
3547
PMRInTheCold
01-31-2015
11:19 AM ET (US)
How does one gain access to eReassign, then? Does it just "happen"?
3546
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
01-31-2015
11:17 AM ET (US)
From the eReassign FAQ page http://ereassign.usps.com/ereassign/help/faq.pge#top

Who can use eReassign?
eReassign is for career bargaining unit employees to request a voluntary reassignment.
3545
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
01-31-2015
11:09 AM ET (US)
PMR's are not bargaining unit employees and therefore can't use eReassign. Sorry.

edited: not career bargaining unit employees.
Edited 01-31-2015 11:18 AM
3544
PMRInTheCold
01-31-2015
09:40 AM ET (US)
OKAY guys, I know there HAS to be a way for current PMRs to get access to eReassign. Does anyone know a way? I thought maybe I could get access through ecAcess, but a fellow employee said I couldn't do that.

Is it given to you automatically when you're a PSE, or how does it work?

There has to be a way we can sneak access into eReassign.

My boss in a level 18 office hasn't had any employees for the past 7 months (she requires PTFs) and she's been stealing me from my office. I want to work in her office, but the job gets offered to PTFs first, then goes to PSEs to bid on it. Ugh, this is driving me absolutely bonkers. I want that job. >:[
3543
2pmr
01-31-2015
07:28 AM ET (US)
we also get 4.33 hrs a day but I go in a few minutes earlier, especially when I have to shovel! so I don't really get paid to shovel or the mail will be later!
3542
atthirty
01-31-2015
07:05 AM ET (US)
That is correct.
3541
PMR2PSEPerson was signed in when posted
01-31-2015
06:59 AM ET (US)
/m3537 My understanding is that any time you are scheduled to work, you are guaranteed a minimum of 2 hours. So that means you should be getting 2 hours on Saturdays, not 1.67.
3540
atthirty
01-31-2015
01:38 AM ET (US)
4 hour offices are not guaranteed 4.33 hours M-S. Saturday hours vary from PO to PO and were not changed through PostPlan. The M-F hours are 4.33 5 days and then Saturday hours added to weekly total. This is the budget given to 4 hour offices.
3539
atthirty
01-31-2015
01:16 AM ET (US)
Postplan rules that HQs specifically stated said 4 hour offices get 4.33 (4 hour and 20 min) to run the office monday - friday. The 20 mins is to open and close the office. Saturday times were not changed from before. How are they restricting you to 4 hours. Are they changing your timecard. That is falsifying documentation. The APWU would love to get knowledge of this. All PSEs in 4 hour office should be working and putting the 4.33 time on their time cards signing their card and keeping a copy of it, even if they are being told they can't work that time.
3538
atthirty
01-31-2015
01:09 AM ET (US)
PSE title and pay start after 5 day break in service.
3537
PACIFIC PSE?Person was signed in when posted
01-30-2015
11:15 PM ET (US)
/m3536 An RMPO near me is 4 and a half hours a day.. 1.67 hours on Saturday..no carrier in office
3536
somedaysoon
01-30-2015
10:02 PM ET (US)
My understanding is that saturday hours are to remain the same as they were before post plan was started. 4 hour offices get 20 minutes a day over the 4 hours. The 20 minutes can be split however is best for the worker. 10 before and 10 after or 5 and15.
3535
pmr confused
01-30-2015
10:01 PM ET (US)
just got told I had gotten a 4 office to become a pse.... so what is the starting pay... 15.63?? does your title and pay start after we go for training or when?? or after my break in service??
3534
PMR2PSEPerson was signed in when posted
01-30-2015
09:54 PM ET (US)
/m3531 Not outdated on the test itself. Some of the training materials were outdated. I'll have to go back and leaf through the training materials to remember some of the stuff that was on there. People were expecting more of some things that were barely in there.
3533
PACIFIC PSE?Person was signed in when posted
01-30-2015
08:24 PM ET (US)
/m3532 Thank you for answering.
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