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RMPO6Person was signed in when posted
01:20 PM ET (US)
Hello Bookworm... I too am a Postmaster in a level 6, just waiting for NTFT conversion info( we have 5 in our district in Ohio) and have been told NOTHING...HR says they are waiting on HRSCC to give them the go ahead...but we have been told thru other channels that we will be working anywhere from 35.5 hours to 37 hours a week...they told us they could not inflate our hours above what the office has now... You might try calling the local APWU for help...
There are many specific things a NTFT cannot do according to contract
Good luck and I will continue to follow this and post what happens to us in Ohio
11:23 AM ET (US)
Hi Southern clerk again,
I see you mentioned that because I was the only person in the office but all the level 6s around here are manned by only 1 NFTY clerk so they have the 7.45-12;1 PM -3.15 schedule -6.5 hours/ day that the office is open. What do they do in your district? Thank you!
11:19 AM ET (US)
Hi Southern Clerk and RIKSNY,

The level 6s in our district that are manned by clerks have 6.5 hr/day with a one hour lunch, which would be ideal. I was told that they can no longer do that as it's no longer Postplan. It doesn't really matter if I am the only person in the office , it's that they say they can't change the hours anymore to accommodate a 6.5 hour schedule so I am level 6 with a 46.5 hour week. So crazy, it's nothing to do with my office revenue etc as there is no room for individual office exceptions as we convert to a level 6. Currently my hours are 7.30-11.45; 14.45-17.00. PM going to NFTY. also Postalvet- I thought a level 6 was because retail is open 6 hours, just as level 4 or 2 are open that many hours. This seems to be why Postplan was srt up but now it's being ignored. What do you think about all this? I have aan email into the League and NAPUS so we'll see what they say.
SouthernClerkPerson was signed in when posted
10:27 AM ET (US)
/m5385 Playing devils advocate here . . . but could it be your office location to plant puts you in line to being able to stay open longer. Could be your office has better revenue potential then other offices you are comparing.
Regarding the NTFT position. They are one hour positions, with the exception of allowing a longer lunch to help out with flexibility of scheduling. Since you would be the only person in the office, there is no way to flex the schedule.
I'm with RIKSNY, would like to know the office's current hours?
Edited 08-26-2016 10:27 AM
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
07:31 PM ET (US)
/m5385 What are the office's hours currently? You're a PM going to NTFT?
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
05:37 PM ET (US)
/m5385 please explain this statement, " I don't se how a 46.5 hr office is a level 6.Thanks,"
02:44 PM ET (US)
I just got off a conf call with my POOM and HR head . They wanted to know what questions I had about the Level 6 choices. I said I was happy to become a NFTY and then they dropped the bomb (as we all knew they would) My schedule will be 8.5 hours/day plus 4 on Sat for a total of 46.5 hrs/wk. I was shocked and asked why and they said because I has a 3 hour lunch and will become a clerk they have to drop lunch to an hour; they can't change my retail hours like the other 6s around here as it's no longer Postplan. The other 6s around here are 7.45-12;1pm - 3.15. That would have been great but I am 7.30-11.45;12.45-17.00. So illogical and I can't believe this saves any money. Anybody else getting these calls? It's worse for any body with a long lunch. I'd like to hear what others are being told. I'm in Albany Dist/NE Area. I don't se how a 46.5 hr office is a level 6.Thanks,
RMPO6Person was signed in when posted
12:08 PM ET (US)
As I understand it. RMPO postmasters will be converting to the NTFT position, not PTF.
Each District will be responsible for getting the information out to all concerned in a timely manner. So again we are at the mercy of our Districts.
10:24 AM ET (US)
Does anyone know if we will be getting any paperwork to fill out for the conversion to PTF? It seems that we would have been given something by now.
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somedaysoonPerson was signed in when posted
08:16 PM ET (US)
For the form 150 go to the blue page........ HR home....... topics column... jobs and workforce........ compliment mgmt....... automated.ps 150.
ellaminnowpeaPerson was signed in when posted
06:05 PM ET (US)
You can see SOV on blue page, my work, variance programs, SOV
somedaysoonPerson was signed in when posted
11:25 AM ET (US)
There is a link to form 150 that has each offices info prepoppulated. I don't remember the path. The SOV shows the credit each office receives. On a postal computer blue page type SOV in address bar. Fill in requested info such as area etc. When you find your office and have the page up, you will see a floating icon on the right side of the page. Click on the floating icon for additional info about your office. The workload page will show what your office shows for PM workload hours.
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
10:36 PM ET (US)

SouthernClerkPerson was signed in when posted
10:26 PM ET (US)
Form 150. Years ago district provided an auto fill 150. You plug in finance number and it would provide data for your office. On the form, it provided the perimeters of each level office. I suspect it is still available. Search out form 150 on your PO computer.
somedaysoonPerson was signed in when posted
04:21 PM ET (US)
Soft 18s are mostly offices that levels were raised because of post plan- most were level 16 before 2012. I think on the SOV if the workload falls below 5.75 it would be a soft 18.
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