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TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
05-30-2016
06:02 PM ET (US)
postalvet /m6457 If it is, then it would have written it on the JCAM or any of the MOUs. It isn't!
6457
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
05-30-2016
12:06 PM ET (US)
Just because it doesn't say probation, doesn't mean it is not like a probation period.
6455
TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
05-25-2016
05:52 PM ET (US)
/m6454 The OP did say that: "whiteman: In case you haven't found out yet, CCA probationary period is 90 working days or 120 calendar days. "

If you read any MOU about CCA, they do not state about probationary period as a CCA. Here is an example:
A CCA who has completed 90 work or 120 calendar days of employment within the
immediate preceding six months has access to the grievance procedure if
disciplined or removed. A CCA who has previously satisfied the 90/120 day
requirement either as a CCA....

During the first 90/120 as a new CCA, there will be evaluations done by management with the CCA. These evaluations will determine if the CCA will stay or not.

My contention was on the terminology. Like egarks has said, "You used the wrong word in a grievance. You will lose the grievance."
6454
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
05-24-2016
09:31 PM ET (US)
Take no Crap - The original poster said nothing about CCAs being converted to regular when asking about probation. When a CCA is first hired they serve a 90 day probation period.
6453
TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
05-24-2016
07:45 PM ET (US)
ArkansasMarine /m6452 Now, you should have read the paragraph before what you quoted.

Upon conversion to full-time career status, Article 12 Section 1 of the National Agreement requires
a probationary period. This section provides that new employees shall serve a 90 calendar day probationary period and states

thank you for your service!
Edited 05-24-2016 07:51 PM
6452
ArkansasMarinePerson was signed in when posted
05-24-2016
07:03 PM ET (US)
TakeNoCrap: Please see the following link:

https://www.nalc.org/news/nalc-updates/bod...e-Guide-4-27-16.pdf

on page 110, it refers to

"Section 1: Probationary Period...The probationary period for a new employee shall be ninety (90) calendar days.
The Employer shall have the right to separate from its employ any probationary
employee at any time during the probationary period and these probationary
employees shall not be permitted access to the grievance procedure in relation
thereto. If the Employer intends to separate an employee during the probationary
period for scheme failure, the employee shall be given at least seven (7) days
advance notice of such intent to separate the employee. If the employee qualifies
on the scheme within the notice period, the employee will not be separated for
prior scheme failure."

I attended the academy in Nov. and we discussed this heavily. I, with a couple others, was extremely interested in this, being that I am a veteran and would like to start contributing to my retirement right away. Thanks
Edited 05-24-2016 07:04 PM
6451
TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
05-24-2016
06:32 PM ET (US)
alaska mailman /m6449


Probationary employees. Career employees serving their probationary
period are members of the bargaining unit and have access to the grievance
procedure on all matters pertaining to their employment except
separation.

A city carrier assistant who receives a career appointment must go
through a probationary period as a career employee under certain conditions.

35. Does a ccA who receives a career appointment go through a 90 calendar day
probationary period as a career city letter carrier
?
Edited 05-24-2016 06:40 PM
6450
TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
05-24-2016
06:29 PM ET (US)
alaska mailman /m6449 You show me where it says that there is probationary period for CCA. Go and ask egark
6449
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
05-23-2016
11:14 PM ET (US)
TakeNoCrap- Where do you find it called an 'evaluation period'? In every MOU involving CCAs it is called a 'probationary period'. Both union and post office define the first 90 days as a 'probationary period'.
6448
TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
05-23-2016
09:36 PM ET (US)
butter /m6446 Any full-time regular letter carriers not holding a bid assignment are unassigned regulars. It is a position. It is not an assignment and no one can bid it.
6447
TakeNoCrapPerson was signed in when posted
05-23-2016
08:59 PM ET (US)
main spark /m6444 There is no probationary period for CCA. It only applies to career employee. CCA has a 90/120 evaluation period.
6446
butterPerson was signed in when posted
05-23-2016
08:39 PM ET (US)
Can someone please tell me how an unassigned regular works and who can bid for it ??
6445
Alan73Person was signed in when posted
05-23-2016
07:52 PM ET (US)
My PO will become a HUB this weekend. Not sure of all the rules and regs. Anybody know or can give advice to look for these answers.
6444
main spark
05-23-2016
12:01 AM ET (US)
whiteman: In case you haven't found out yet, CCA probationary period is 90 working days or 120 calendar days. I recently had to call the NBA office to check for one of my CCA's, who has since resigned for family reasons.
6443
Jane banning
05-22-2016
08:59 AM ET (US)
My advice would be to find another job asap. Unless you like being treated like a zoo animal making peanuts.
6442
NYC CCA
05-21-2016
10:12 AM ET (US)
I will be starting in the Tri-boro district. Hopefully in the flushing district. Anyone have any experience working there? Any advice. Thanks.
6441
Tyie Gibbs
05-20-2016
05:18 PM ET (US)
Thanks for the advice
6440
LochedUP
05-20-2016
10:08 AM ET (US)
My record is 42 days straight without a day off, you might complain then (but not about your check!)

In probation, maybe nobody would want you, but my office has sent out and received very new CCA help before. Maybe call around the larger installations near you on your day off, might get lucky.
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Tyie Gibbs
05-20-2016
08:25 AM ET (US)
I was told that we wouldn't have a day off
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