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Rick OwensPerson was signed in when posted
12-19-2014
09:49 AM ET (US)
Please read - from PEN

December 18, 2014 – In a new development on the earlier data breach at the Postal Service, USPS has now sent individual letters to another group of employees who may have had personal information compromised. USPS informed us that a large number of Workers Compensation records were “possibly” compromised, in some cases including not only personal identifying information (such as social security number), but certain medical information and bank routing information as well. Further, these types of records go back many years, as opposed to the earlier reports related to records back as far as May 2012.

Read this article here:

http://postalemployeenetwork.com/news/2014...n-usps-data-breach/
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alaska mailman
12-18-2014
10:03 PM ET (US)
Michelle- In bigger offices most CCAs will probably be working Christmas Day and no they will not have a say in it.
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Jeff
12-18-2014
09:13 PM ET (US)
Just bang in for 40 hours on Christmas eve and get a doctors note that week.

You only live once. Some things aren't worth it especially when dealing with this ruthless company.
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???
12-18-2014
08:19 PM ET (US)
I worked Christmas, New Year's Day and other holidays when I was a PTF doing express for 2 years. No choice being a PTF.
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-18-2014
07:58 PM ET (US)
I am always curious when these questions come up.
what do people think a service company is?
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comfortablynumb
12-18-2014
06:35 PM ET (US)
As a PTF clerk many many years ago, I too had to work many holidays and Christmases .
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T6/Vet
12-18-2014
05:15 PM ET (US)
Michelle, when I first started working for the USPS 10 years ago, I was pegged to work the Christmas day express delivery because I was the "new" guy, low man on seniority list. No different if you are military and working the holidays. Anyway,I understand how you feel. If its any consolation, your husband probably won't be the only one working. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
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newbie
12-18-2014
02:48 PM ET (US)
anyone get shorted on first check? If so how was it resolved?
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
12-18-2014
02:13 PM ET (US)
I've had to work Christmas, and more than one of them.
It's worse for some people than others & I can see if you had little kids it would be yucky.
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Michelle
12-18-2014
01:09 PM ET (US)
@John- Thank you.
He's been with the post office for over 2 years now. All the CCAs went up to the shop steward and they just basically said that they had to work Christmas at some point too. It's a shame because they were just told that today and just week ago, he was off. But thank you anyway.
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John
12-18-2014
12:20 PM ET (US)
That's unfortunate that his office is working parcels on Christmas. He can put in a leave request form now, but it will probably be denied.

There really isn't anytging you can do. If he calls in sick they are going to want a doctors note... You can say there isn't a doctor available, you can't afford it, or the Seward can fight the rule about no doctors note for less than 3 days... But it's a big can of worms you don't want to open.
If he was told and he is in the schedule, I'm sorry. I feel for you both.

And if he is still on his 90 probation, it will be a reason to let him go and the union can't do anything.
Edited 12-18-2014 12:21 PM
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Michelle
12-18-2014
11:22 AM ET (US)
My husband is a CCA and he was just told he has to work Christmas day without a say in the matter. Can they do that? Isn't it a national holiday for everyone not only for the regulars. He has been working 7 days a week now since the Sunday amazon deliveries and this is the only day off he was going to have other than thanksgiving. Is there anything we can do or is it useless?
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low on cash
12-18-2014
08:49 AM ET (US)
@John -thanks
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John
12-17-2014
05:03 PM ET (US)
Then it's not your last pay. It will be the next one. It means your break started during the next pay period.

The pay stub for your last one has "terminal pay" in the comments in the lower left. And if you click on "adjustments" the whole thing changes color and you see your AL paid out.

If you have even one day on the pay period we are in now that was before the break. Then it will be the next one (two weeks from tomorrow)
Edited 12-17-2014 05:03 PM
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low on cash
12-17-2014
10:27 AM ET (US)
On my 5 day break and my file still says active and not showing my final check w my AL on it?
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
12-16-2014
10:05 PM ET (US)
/m4130 You need a PS 1164-e: http://www.nalcbranch908.com/PS1164e.pdf
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