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4930
John B
05-27-2015
04:01 PM ET (US)
The new payscale is called, newly hired carriers from 2013 on. When you are made a regular, you are rehired, not just change jobs but fired then hired again.

New CCAs cannot participate in the TSP period. What I think you are referring to is that the union is letting CCAs have IRA investment accounts with them, and when they are made regular, they are letting them terminate those accounts and put them into their new TSP account with no penalty.

I'm not arguing your point, I'm just straightening up your facts.
Edited 05-27-2015 04:03 PM
4929
Casuals/TE's/CCA's/NCR's
05-27-2015
01:05 PM ET (US)
What about the small group of our fellow postal workers who served 7-8 years as a Casual, TE, and then CCA who've been screwed every step of the way during their postal careers?

They worked all that time with no health insurance, paid Union dues in the thousands of dollars during that time and then were thrown under the bus when contract time rolled around.

There can't be many of these employees (probably in the hundreds nationwide?) Why weren't these USPS workers grandfathered into the old payscale?

New CCA's can contribute to their TSP's yet the employees previously mentioned could not. Seems like this small group of postal workers have really taken it on the chin... Why isn't the Union looking to make them whole?
Edited 05-27-2015 01:05 PM
4928
Cali to ColoPerson was signed in when posted
05-26-2015
07:06 PM ET (US)
Ccaflorida, conversions come as positions open up (retirements, etc), and each office is different. Alaska's answer was accurate, and just to blast him because you were offended with such a general answer is wrong.
4927
John B
05-25-2015
07:42 PM ET (US)
The residual vacancy memo was renewed, that is good news for more conversions. Also, you now only need a year as a cca to NOT serve a probation after becoming regular. It was two years as a cca.
4926
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
05-25-2015
06:58 PM ET (US)
CCAflorida- How would anyone answer your question? No one here knows your office. Have no idea how many CCAs are in your office. Conversions are happening all across the country. Feel better now. And yes I keep working just to keep some CCA out of a job. GIVE ME A BREAK.
4925
Ccaflorida
05-25-2015
05:59 PM ET (US)
Huh?
4924
HUH?
05-25-2015
05:35 PM ET (US)
Please proofread and have a point, it makes it "so much more interesting to the listener".
4923
Ccaflorida
05-25-2015
05:15 PM ET (US)
Thank you Alaska I bet you are the 75% regular carriers that are in the post office 30 plus years and can't retire due that can't live with the pension cause can't affort living without working ot
4922
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
05-25-2015
04:16 PM ET (US)
Yeah, You will be converted when it happens.
4921
Ccaflorida 204b
05-25-2015
01:59 PM ET (US)
Any news on conversions ?
4920
LAcca
05-25-2015
08:46 AM ET (US)
Out here if your scheduled you are guaranteed 4 hours no matter what and they can't have you on call so they schedule you ohh well clock in and make sure they pay you
4919
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4918
John B
05-24-2015
07:44 PM ET (US)
You will get the two hours and an alert will be sent to your postmaster to chew out your supervisor. They will be in trouble for not getting two hours out of you. This happened to me and my supervisor.
4917
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
05-24-2015
01:58 PM ET (US)
You should not have to do anything. But double check your pay stub because management has been know to delete clock rings. More CCAs should follow your lead and show up as scheduled and clock on.
4916
LochedUP
05-24-2015
08:11 AM ET (US)
The office I get sent to on Sundays loves scheduling more people than they need and calling people off. When I show up on time and punch in anyway, is the two hour minimum pay automatic (can I punch in for a click of the clock and end tour and see 2 more hours on my check?) or is there some more paperwork to submit to receive it?
4915
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
05-22-2015
08:26 PM ET (US)
Donald- No new COLA for rest of this contract
4914
John B
05-22-2015
10:13 AM ET (US)
Ask on another forum, CCAs don't get COLA adjustments
4913
Donald
05-22-2015
05:16 AM ET (US)
When is the next COLA and how much is it does anyone know?
4912
John B
05-21-2015
09:28 AM ET (US)
No. The paperwork that rehires you after your break is frequently late to process. Because they have to put it in before your break to time it right. It all works out. Lot blue is set to lock you out at the first day if your break. It's automatic. Rehiring you is not unfortunately. Cca paperwork is not a high priority unfortunately.
4911
?.
05-21-2015
07:17 AM ET (US)
No I can get on lite blue. I can go all the way to job bid just don't have job ID yet. Problem is, I returned from my 5 day break on 5/8. Today is like 23 and human resources still have not received anything saying I'm reinstated(though I've been working everyday). Therefore I can't access lite blue cause my employee id is not reconized. Just seems like management may be trying screw me over by locking me out of system and then do job posting? Thoughts of what I might do?
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