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 postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
02:54 PM ET (US)
That's as good as it gonna git.
MayorofSillytownPerson was signed in when posted
11:17 PM ET (US)
/m43585 you aren't slick with putting a space before his name lmao
 postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12:02 AM ET (US)
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 postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
11:48 PM ET (US)
Go to the plant, I push an elephant with 1 hand, a donut on the other hand and no one says a word.
ThelonekeyerPerson was signed in when posted
06:50 AM ET (US)
I wish they’d let us have a water bottle with us. I thought I nearly had a heat stroke in pars 4.

Stay hydrated everyone!
X–stewPerson was signed in when posted
12:21 AM ET (US)
Tom must like your knob job a lot.
X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
06:47 PM ET (US)
Please note my stalker [2 dashes, not one] found his way here and still posts non-sense.

Kindly ignore those posts.
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
03:51 PM ET (US)
/m43578 what happens when you bid to the plant??
idiotsPerson was signed in when posted
01:57 PM ET (US)
REC employees aren’t even respected as postal employees so good luck!!
UtesFanPerson was signed in when posted
01:39 PM ET (US)
/m43573 I am not for one second saying that the REC shouldn't have good working conditions, but your comment "if not most important part of the USPS" Seriously? Do you have any idea what percentage of the mail you even key? It very small! On the letter side of things, it's maybe 1-2%. Are you an important part, yes. But so are the workers at the plants that are physically processing the mail. And let's not forget the ones that are actually delivering to every single home in the nation every day. We are all important. Yes, we all deserve good working conditions but honestly I'm pretty sure that the REC is the cushiest job in the entire post office. You want to talk about it being too hot, ask one of the plant employees who sweats throughout their entire shift and even wears shorts and t-shirts in the middle of winter because it's so hot on the machines. Or I'm pretty dang sure that the carriers drive around in 100+ degree heat with no air conditioning. If you have true issues with the REC, then talk to you union. If there are safety hazards, there are forms that you can fill out for that. Trying to declare a strike that won't go anywhere isn't the way to get things fixed.
X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
01:22 PM ET (US)
/m43573 All talk---you will not strike. I know because I struck almost 50 years ago against the PO and can say for sure conditions in PO are nowhere near as bad as back then. It was a rolling wildcat strike with different cities going out for a day or 2 while the others returned.

So line up other work because now having publicly declared your intentions, you would all be let go with no recourse.
MayorofSillytownPerson was signed in when posted
03:50 AM ET (US)
We can't strike lmao stop being ridiculous
()()Person was signed in when posted
03:26 AM ET (US)
wtf r u talking abt
n79Z7KHUUeuuPerson was signed in when posted
02:01 AM ET (US)
Announcement: On October 1, 2018 DCOs working at the Salt Lake City Remote Encoding Center will be going on strike. We are one of the most, if not most important part of the USPS that keeps it running smoothly. We are the partner that millions of Americans don't event know they depend on everyday. And yet, we are forced to work in a building that gets worse an worse everyday. From an HVAC system that only works sporadically, to the chairs and cubicles that are falling apart. It seems like it is a new thing everyday, and from Rec manager to Rec Manager. We asked and asked for thing to be addressed, and all we got was someone who pretended to care. Well, we have had enough. It is time to make our voices heard!
UtesFanPerson was signed in when posted
10:30 AM ET (US)
I know that this is pretty late to respond. I don't get on here very often. But Tired Tim, have you thought about transferring to one of the plants? They have day shifts open quite often. Most of them work weekends, but at least they are tour 2. Plus you mentioned the depressing isolation of not speaking to anyone. You definitely wouldn't have that issue at a plant. There are other options. I do agree that the REC can be depressing. I spent a lot of years there. Now I work at the GMF and I could never go back to keying 40 hours a week!
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