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leaving
10-20-2019
06:58 AM ET (US)
/m13757 -- 3 yr reg -- "When all relief day work list people are working and 1 more person is needed who is mandated? Bottom up or highest down????? Or if the j rt teg is off that week is she mandated."

-- Manglement can ask for a regular carrier not on the RDWL to volunteer to work.

-- With the new contract, manglement could ask around to other offices for an RCA.

-- Or the junior regular not on the RDWL could be required to work a relief day.

-- Article 8.5.A.2.
13757
3 yr reg
10-19-2019
07:45 AM ET (US)
When all relief day work list people are working and 1 more person is needed who is mandated? Bottom up or highest down????? Or if the j rt teg is off that week is she mandated
Edited 10-19-2019 07:47 AM
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Marilou
10-17-2019
07:17 PM ET (US)
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13755
Bettina
10-17-2019
03:03 PM ET (US)
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13752
leaving
10-15-2019
06:47 AM ET (US)
/m13751 -- Rick Owens -- "Do I just leave a request for this form [ PS Form 4232 ] in my mailbox?"

-- You could but it would be faster to go to the post office as this is a seldom used form and doubtful a carrier would have one with them.

-- Or Google: "PS Form 4232"
13751
Rick OwensPerson was signed in when posted
10-14-2019
08:44 PM ET (US)
mist /m13748 - I did not. Do I just leave a request for this form in my mailbox?
13748
mistPerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2019
08:06 PM ET (US)
/m13737 Rick did you fill out a ps form 4232 Rural Customer Delivery Instructions, indicate on it where you would like packages that don't fit in the mailbox left and sign it?
13747
3 yr reg
10-12-2019
04:48 PM ET (US)
Day after holiday. A reg with OUT her own sub wants off but pm is using subs to run packages??? Should carrier be allowed off????
13746
Marguerite
10-12-2019
08:56 AM ET (US)
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13745
Deena
10-12-2019
04:36 AM ET (US)
You're a really practical web site
Edited 10-12-2019 04:36 AM
13744
leaving
10-08-2019
06:51 AM ET (US)
/m13741 -- Maegan -- "How many new boxes does it take to add an hour to your route?"

-- It will depend on numerous factors such as:

- H-, J-, or K- route
- Volume Factor ( found on the 4241-A )
- "L" or "Non-L" route
- Curbside mailbox ( 2.0 minutes on a "Non-L or 1.8 minutes on an "L" route )
- Cluster Box slot ( 1.0 minutes for all routes )
- "Bank" Time ( found on the 4241-A )

-- Or just go with "stillfirstclass's" 16-ish.
13743
stillfirstclassPerson was signed in when posted
10-06-2019
11:56 AM ET (US)
/m13741 16 ish
13742
Betty
10-04-2019
05:40 PM ET (US)
If a postal inspector sees you doing something wrong, what is his procedure. Does he tell you what he as observed or does he just call your supervisor. Or does he go to your Po and talk with the post master. I know it depends on the severity of your wrong doing,
13741
Maegan
10-03-2019
05:39 PM ET (US)
How many new boxes does it take to add an hour to your route?
13740
leaving
10-01-2019
10:37 PM ET (US)
/m13738 -- Tonya -- "As a rural carrier can you take off 2 weeks for Christmas."

-- It will depend on the number of carriers ( regular and RCA's/ARC's ) in the office, how many will request time off during December, and management's scheduling abilities.

-- With the usual heavy parcel load during the holidays, good luck, especially if you have not put in a leave request yet.

" I read somewhere that you could take the day before or the day after but not more than that. I can't find it though."

-- Assuming that would be the day before or the day after Christmas? You can request any day or days you want. It will be up to management to approve or disapprove your requested dates.

-- Appears the 3-week Christmas No-Overtime Period will be 07 DEC to 27 DEC. Finally a period that includes Christmas Day.

--
13739
leaving
10-01-2019
10:26 PM ET (US)
/m13737 -- Rick Owens -- Without seeing the location, I'd say the rural carrier should be able to safely drive to your residence, safely dismount to put large parcels in your carport, then safely leave the area.

-- Then again, the postmaster may have a different opinion.
13738
Tonya
10-01-2019
04:46 PM ET (US)
As a rural carrier can you take off 2 weeks for Christmas. I read somewhere that you could take the day before or the day after but not more than that. I can't find it though.
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