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Becky N Simmons PTF
11:32 AM ET (US)
Can a clerk do the zero bundle executive nonsense, or can a clerk do it thats not getting paid as a supervisor
New supervisor
04:06 PM ET (US)
How do I add a new carrier to the otdl in dois? I have looked everywhere. Thanks for the help.
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
02:28 PM ET (US)
I'm sure that's what the POOMS expect them to do.
Seth R
02:15 PM ET (US)
Do Postmasters HAVE to work 15hrs of clerk work? When there is a holiday or he takes time off he cuts my hours so he makes sure to work 15hrs
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
09:58 AM ET (US)
Clerks count too.
Like I said, not sure about RCA's, PSE's, etc.
Seems like at one time, PTF's counted, but not RCA's.
Career employees vs. noncareers?
I'm just not sure.
Edited 04-14-2018 10:08 AM
2yr reg
09:43 AM ET (US)
4540. We have 7 and 1 aux then we have a smaller po with 1 and 1 aux. Not sure if that counts towards the count.
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
06:23 AM ET (US)
I have been retired for several years, so my memory is fading about this type of question.
It seems to me that it was the number of employees that determined the need for a supervisor.
And it seems like the number was 15.
I can't remember if it was career employees only, and I can't remember if part-time employees counted less.
I do remember that city carriers counted more than 1, something like 1.1 or 1.5.
How many routes does your office have?
2yr reg
09:37 PM ET (US)
What is the min. Routes in a rural post office to require a supervisor
top dog
07:31 PM ET (US)
can any of you explain to me the variance programs
Jeanne Grace
11:13 AM ET (US)
We had. MIPS thats what it sounded like because a Supervisor said she was threatened?
Does anyone know what this is?
Here4UPerson was signed in when posted
01:37 PM ET (US)
If the PTF position is in her bid cluster, and she is the senior PSE in that bid cluster, she will be converted to PTF to fill the career vacancy. Of course she could resign, then re-apply for the PSE position once it gets re-posted, if it gets re-posted, with no guarentee whatsover of getting re-hired. Sadly she's joining the many PSEs who have put in the time to become the senior PSE in their bid cluster, working at an office close to home that they love, only to find out their "reward" for their seniority is being forced to take a PTF position at the APO several miles away, with no regular schedule, because the union knows what's best for them. They don't believe she should have the option, the choice of either taking that position or staying where she's at.
The APWU will be re-negotiating the contract this year. Now would be the time for your PSE friend, and anyone else for that matter, to let their view on this be heard, that is if they feel they should have a say in the matter. Of course, if they are happy having the union make their career choices for them they should just do nothing.
07:13 PM ET (US)
Is there a way for a PSE to decline a PTF position in another office? She’s being told she has to accept it or resign. Her PSE job is still a current job.
Jeanne Grace
01:14 PM ET (US)
Does anybody know smoking policy for postal docks?
The signs say 25 ft
us that from the door or the dock?
Jeanne Grace
10:52 AM ET (US)
thanks Hannah
I really appreciate your answer.
I cant believe I cannot locate the answer.
Not looking for ntft or light duty assignments

Just the basics.
Ill ask my union President where the information is located.

We are seeking bids for our office.
If there is 5 hours of po box mail daily
it should be on a bid, along with other duties....

thanks a bunch
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