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TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
09:31 PM ET (US)
RobSly /m6537 You may not put a hold down for a vacant T6 assignment. You may request a temporarily vacant T6 assignment under Article 25.
RobSlyPerson was signed in when posted
08:52 PM ET (US)
I am a CCA who is literally being converted as an unassigned regular carrier tomorrow. I've been on a hold down for the last 6 months due to the route being vacant because it's in a bad area with lots of dogs. I want to do a T6 route that is vacant but my manager is saying I cannot bid higher. They said I can't request a hold down since my hold down hasn't been filled. Does this sound correct? I thought I read in article 25 any unassigned regular could bid higher.
Edited 07-22-2016 08:56 PM
TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
09:59 PM ET (US)
NY CCA /m6532 NYC?
LochedUPPerson was signed in when posted
08:31 PM ET (US)
If you're sure you'd like this other installation better than your current one, it'd be best to move as soon as possible as you don't keep any of your relative standing time if you leave.

Except CCAs cannot technically transfer. You'd have to get the postmasters to agree, and they can push things along through with HR, and/or the other postmaster will have to get a CCA job posted that you will then apply for, and quit your current job if accepted. We've had a couple CCAs "transfer" out, but both of those have been carriers that were lent out to the office they "transferred" to consistently, and built up a good rapport with management over there. I'm not sure they'd take someone in probation unless they were desperate and you made a heck of an impression in your day over there!

Also wouldn't hurt to ask city carriers in the target office if the volume you experienced was representative of a typical day.
NY CCAPerson was signed in when posted
08:13 PM ET (US)
I work in a station called "death row". I carry more out of the station then most carriers at other stations do on a whole route.
I was lent out for a day and the supervisor asked if I had worked a whole route. I answered truthfully telling him I have done up to three pieces of routes a day. When I saw what the days load for the route I was assigned to, it was less than what I carry out on my easiest day.
Question: Can a CCA request for a transfer to another station as a CCA after 90/120 days?
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
08:17 AM ET (US)
Oh. I see, I didn't notice there was one missing. Thanks. Cali.
Cali to ColoPerson was signed in when posted
01:47 AM ET (US)
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