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alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
11-28-2014
10:49 PM ET (US)
postalvet- Must be the end. We both actually said PMG was correct about something. He still leaves out bits and pieces of information to make others look uninformed.
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alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
11-28-2014
10:44 PM ET (US)
PMG - Again you leave out information on purpose. You never said anything about holiday scheduling.
 You are correct though, odl list is not factored in on holiday scheduling.
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PMG
11-28-2014
10:03 PM ET (US)
Hmm...Yeah right you have missed it. All you do all day is surfing the forums. just my opinion
3992
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
11-28-2014
09:30 PM ET (US)
/m3985 ha smart a I did not read that post because it was not directed to me.

that proves NOTHING but you are the new know it all.

why is it when I state something a few of you want to crap on me??? and then when you state how smart you are rick doesn't do nothing to you?

by the way I agree with you on the scheduling of holiday ODL has no say.
Edited 11-28-2014 09:35 PM
3991
PMG
11-28-2014
08:34 PM ET (US)
alaska mailman /m3989 No! For the purpose of the Holiday Scheduling, the ODL will not be utilized.
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alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
11-28-2014
08:24 PM ET (US)
lowlycca- If you have 48 routes you should have 9 T-6s positions. You would have 3 routes not covered by a T-6 so someone would have to cover the day off. 3 routes- 8 hours a day- 24 hours a week not covered.
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alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
11-28-2014
08:17 PM ET (US)
PMG- That is only if they mandate carriers to work their day off. In that case all ODL carriers have to be maxed out to 12 1/2 hours with a lunch. If you are in an office that is understaffed mandating might happen but since the hiring of CCAs most mandating will not happen for working your day off. Being mandated to work overtime on your regular days is another matter.
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alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
11-28-2014
08:08 PM ET (US)
lowly- Sounds like you are a big enough office that there will be enough work for all the UARs. You would be covering sick calls , overtime, AL, etc. On the other hand the rest of your CCAs will be hurting for hours because the UARs have to get 40 hours. They could borrow out your CCAs to other offices but bottom line is CCAs have no guarantee of hours unless they actually work and then it is only 4 hours
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PMG
11-28-2014
07:12 PM ET (US)
lowlyCCA /m3982 What a mess! Are Management planning on excessing you guys or trying to exercise Article 6 in your area. It doesn't look good at all. They should not have converted some of you.
3986
PMG
11-28-2014
06:57 PM ET (US)
lowlyCCA /m3982 Are you in Florida?
3985
PMG
11-28-2014
06:45 PM ET (US)
alaska mailman /m3972 I don't recall myself criticizing egark about trying to "force" people to read the contract. Because of the influence the way he is preaching, I do force myself to read the contract and do my own research. At certain point when I got a brain freeze, I would asked questions for guidance.

After 24 hours postalvet couldn't provide the other circumstance which management can require someone to work on the NS day, then I will gladly tell you. This can happen 10 times a year. Article 11 "pecking order". C'mon alaska mailman, how can you forget this one?
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John
11-28-2014
05:43 PM ET (US)
As far as work/hours go, if there is nothing in your local about it. Management works CCA hours how they want their is no senority for hours. Opting/hold downs is by senority and UAR AND PTF hours are given to them first. But if it's just CCAs. Management will distribute the work how they want.
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John
11-28-2014
05:41 PM ET (US)
CCA time only counts at the office served in. TE time counts anywhere. I agree now that he would keep his CCA time served if rehired at the same office.
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lowlyCCA
11-28-2014
04:55 PM ET (US)
We have 48 routes one is an aux route and 5 T6 strings not sure on the t6 might be 6. We have 14 CCA's and 2 UAR. 6 of us CCA's last day today as a cca will be converted tomorrow. So we will have 8 ccas and 6 UAR because there is one t6 string for one of us newly converted and one vacant route. 2 UAR that have been there for years will stay on their routes which they are opted on because the regulars for those routes out on extended medical leave. All in all 4 UAR will be left to opt on available routes week to week and 8 ccas. Yes the ex TE now cca will be converted with us tomorrow. He was originally assigned to this office 10 years ago but left 8 years ago to another office because of lack of work. Now he came back about a week ago when I'm assuming he heard the ccas here were being converted.
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alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
11-28-2014
03:44 PM ET (US)
lowlycca- Can not give you all the answers because I do not know your office. How many routes? How many CCAs? If you have that many UARs your CCAs will not be getting many hours. Possible you might just sit in the break room or case mail after carriers have left for the street. You should be talking to your shop steward to find out.
 As far as the TE , is he being converted also? If you are converted first then you will have more senority . If you are converted on the same day he would have more senority because of his TE time.
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lowlyCCA
11-28-2014
02:15 PM ET (US)
I'm new so I have a million questions. Most likely we are because they told us we might get transferred, but when I asked that question I asked you they told me they don't know the details so that's why I was asking here since a lot of you are actually helpful with most of your answers. You said "it's just one option." What are the other options?
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