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12:36 AM ET (US)
That's up to managment. They can tell you to go home anytime they want as long as you have your 2 or 4 hours for the day. District puts out directives like that from time to time... In my district, currently, it's no CCA overtime (over 8) if CCA is working 6 days. Because they will be likely to go over 40.
But in your situation... Be happy about that... At 53 hours for the week I am totally tired. Be thankful they are doing that. You will still get penalty for over 10 hours in a day.
low on cash
09:38 PM ET (US)
Are they cutting out penalty ot everywhere? I'll hit 56 hours friday morning so do I as a cca go home or what?
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
10:21 PM ET (US)
CCaNow- Inform steward you will contacting branch president and the NBA and filing a complaint about him violating the contract.
NECarrierPerson was signed in when posted
10:07 PM ET (US)
?m4386 Art 41 of the JCAM (contract) 41.B.2 "an employee who opts for a hold-down assignment assumes the scheduled hours and non-scheduled day of the opted assignment." CCAs have the same rights as PTFs or Reserve Regulars when it comes to opting. They can make you work the day off, but they cannot change the schedule of the route. Your steward is incorrect.
NECarrierPerson was signed in when posted
09:57 PM ET (US)
/m4386 When you opt on a route, YOU get the schedule of that route. They cannot change your SDO. They can make you work it, but they can't change your schedule.
The steward can request a change of schedule for himself, but only for himself. Seniority is immaterial in this situation.
You need to talk to another steward or to a branch officer.
07:12 PM ET (US)
to NEcarrier on post 4380
the steward is the one that says since he is the senior most carrier he can switch his off day to sat
i told him if i was on hold down i would get the routes off day there no switching of off days right?
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
02:03 PM ET (US)
In order to let a CCA go after their 360 term they would have to claim lack of work . And then John is right the junior CCA would be the one let go.
12:31 PM ET (US)
So far I have no heard of any CCAs not getting another term after thier 5 day break. The contract says that they must give you another term if there is a junior CCA to you in your office. Even if it means letting go of the most junior CCA half way through thier term.
So basically, if their is a CCA under you, you have job security. And even if you are let go for lack of work, they have to call you and offer you to come back for 18 months after they let you go, if they need to hire a new one.
This is all new, cuz I don't think TEs had this kind of job security.
ohiomailmanPerson was signed in when posted
11:44 AM ET (US)
John would you know if the Post Office always rehired all of the CCAs after their 5 day break?
10:39 PM ET (US)
Kat: the 5 day break is when you are terminated. No job. You don't work for USPS anymore. Then you are hired back on. It's not 5 days of annual leave. You are paid all of your annual leave in your last check which may come during or after the 5 day break in service.
10:33 PM ET (US)
are cca's required to take the 5 day annual leave after there 360 day assignment is up? And if I dont use up all my annual leave before my 5 day leave to get rehired or terminated will I lose it if im rehired?
Edited 01-24-2015 10:37 PM
NECarrierPerson was signed in when posted
08:18 PM ET (US)
/m4376 You will get the schedule of the route you opt on. However, when it is that route's SDO mgt can have you work it. They cannot change the schedule of the route from what it was for the regular. Talk to your steward.
You can have a NS day, but mgt usually has you work it most of the time.
08:14 PM ET (US)
Close call with a dog today..the only thing that prevented a bite was that i jumped up on a wall and he couldnt find..of course crappy owners apologized for their out of control furball. Im really starting to dislike dogs anymore
02:04 AM ET (US)
CCAs do not have NS days. CCAs are not entitled to any days off. The NS days you get are completely up to managment. You will be off when you are not needed. Simple as that.
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09:03 PM ET (US)
hello i am in a small office 2 routes and 1 aux. if the 1 full timer goes to 204b for detail for 3 months will i get that routes n/s day the other full timer seems to think he will get saturdays off since he is the most senior carrier and that he would be able to switch his n/s day?
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