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Maintenance Supervisor
06-16-2020
07:45 AM ET (US)
I've been a postal worker for 14 years and made the mistake of becoming a Supervisor. After less than three months I requested to return to craft and all the formalities were followed, but there just isn't any jobs to put me into. Now, its been almost a year and we are still waiting for something. My ET bid was reverted when I was promoted and changed to an MM bid. We had three ET's retire in the last four months and still they cannot put me back in. We have five MM positions open now and I cannot return because I've never held an MM position. Yet, they still will not put me back in before the position is reverted. If I screwed up or was not a good supervisor I am sure they would have found a way. O.K enough complaining, Does anyone know who I can reach out to for help. NAPS does not seem to care, APWU is an option, any ideas appreciated.
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foolme1
06-13-2020
02:01 AM ET (US)
sadly badly
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postman99Person was signed in when posted
06-10-2020
11:24 AM ET (US)
/m4650 What soul? They are 'just doing their jobs.'
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foolme1
05-24-2020
12:53 PM ET (US)
Is that the going rate for a usps supervisor's soul?
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Inventor
03-29-2020
01:15 AM ET (US)
/m4645 Yes! Of course.....Still on the rolls. 65766 per year.
Excuse me......66,403. LOL!
Edited 03-29-2020 01:20 AM
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wisegal
03-27-2020
11:20 AM ET (US)
/m4647 about 10K
4647
EAS18
03-27-2020
11:03 AM ET (US)
If you are already an EAS-18 Postmaster, what is the promotional raise that is awarded when going from EAS-18 to EAS-18B?
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
03-20-2020
08:51 PM ET (US)
I don't think anyone but current postal 📪employees can access LiteBlue.
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Rick OwensPerson was signed in when posted
03-20-2020
06:26 PM ET (US)
Inventor /m4693 - are you a postal employee? If not, we do not allow ads in our forums. Thanks.
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Inventor
03-16-2020
05:41 PM ET (US)
Postmasters and Managers; If any of you use the Idea area on Lite Blue page, please go in an check out the idea that was presented on re-branding....I want votes!!! Have a nice day!

Go to IdeaSmart on Liteblue
Edited 03-18-2020 05:03 PM
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topdog
03-11-2020
07:09 PM ET (US)
has anyone removed a cca after there probation period and been successful
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Inventor
02-29-2020
04:26 PM ET (US)
Postmasters and Managers; If any of you use the Idea area on Lite Blue page, please go in an check out the idea that was presented on the Electronic Edit Book....I want votes!!! Have a nice day!

Go to IdeaSmart on Liteblue
Edited 03-07-2020 05:25 PM
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hidden truth
01-06-2020
01:43 AM ET (US)
if manager supervisor calls and leaves a hostile message on your voice mail, is the fact that they voluntarily left the message consent?
The public needs to hear the disrespect that these people show the employees.
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82% RetiredPerson was signed in when posted
12-30-2019
10:19 AM ET (US)
"All 50 States allow you to record a phone call if you know the other party is doing the same." No they don't. /m4637.
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postman99
12-30-2019
07:57 AM ET (US)
/m4637 You aren't allowed to call someone on their private number and assume they are recording you and therefore do the same. You ARE allowed to record a phone call when the other party has let you know they are doing the same, some even let you know they are doing it for quality assurance. The USPS has made employees aware that phone calls are recorded and that is sufficient notice to allow you to do the same. You aren't allowed to distribute the recording in any case without permission from the other party but you are allowed to provide it in a legal or workplace investigation. Two party rule applies to private non work related communications where you have to let the other individual know that you intend to record the phone call. The USPS, DOL, OWCP, etc.. Are all federal agencies and do not fall under the 'two party' consent law.
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82% RetiredPerson was signed in when posted
12-30-2019
04:45 AM ET (US)
postman 99 Deliver mail and leave the law to others. In 12 states—California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Washington—all parties involved need to consent before one of them can record the conversation. There are some exceptions to the two-party consent rules.
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postman99Person was signed in when posted
12-29-2019
12:11 PM ET (US)
/m4635 /m4634 Apps to record a phone call on your phone are super cheap. All 50 States allow you to record a phone call if you know the other party is doing the same. Always fire it up when speaking in any way with postal management, OWCP, DOL, etc...
Edited 12-29-2019 12:13 PM
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82% RetiredPerson was signed in when posted
12-26-2019
10:19 PM ET (US)
Just a guess. Your PM wants to keep SL usage down. If you call in directly there may be some way to cover it up or charge it to something else. If the 800 number is used there is no way to cover it up.
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SouthernClerk
12-26-2019
09:52 PM ET (US)
I'm curious why would a PM push to not utilize the #800 call in number when SL is unplanned?
99.9% of the time I get preapproved SL (mostly doc appts). But had two incidents this past month that I needed SL quickly.
One I was working and took ill at work. The second I was at doc appt. before work and doc insisted on test/lab work immediately that required me my missing work.
I'm not concerned about using SL, but I found it odd that PM made a big point of telling me I did not need to call in #800 on first incident. On the second incident, I called #800 and as a curtesy called PM. PM again made a point to tell me I did NOT need to call #800. When I said I had already, PM seemed disappointed. Any thoughts why PM prefers not for me use the #800?
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