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Mpo40511
05-14-2017
01:05 PM ET (US)
@pm will do; thank you
5614
pm
05-10-2017
11:49 AM ET (US)
If you are concerned about the posting of a supervisor job that has changed from it's current hours I suggest you contacting the mpoo for that district to see if this hours were approved to be changed like this and if the PM was given permission to be the opening person. A postmaster job duty/hours are normally the same as the retail window. A supervisor is the one opening and supervising the work floor.
5613
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
05-04-2017
04:08 PM ET (US)
managers are salaried employees and not subject to work hours rules.
5612
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
05-04-2017
09:12 AM ET (US)
They have in the past.
5611
ntft2017
05-04-2017
08:41 AM ET (US)
@MPO40511 Sure why not?! It's not like the supervisor is doing the hiring. The supervisor is just sending the job posting to HR to post. The postmaster will do the hiring when they return from vacation. As for the 2 hour lunch I do not believe they can make you take a 2 hour lunch.
5610
Mpo40511
05-03-2017
07:12 PM ET (US)
Is it proper protocol for a supervisor to post his soon to be vacated position using the postmasters credientials? When in fact, the PM is on vacation?
Also, can an EAS position be posted by a PM with a 10 hour work day to include a 2 hour lunch?
5609
ntft2017
03-29-2017
09:10 AM ET (US)
@psegirl88 don't quit. Apply for the position. If you score higher on the test than the other applicants and are selected. There is a One Day in Break worksheet.
5608
Psegirl88Person was signed in when posted
03-29-2017
06:15 AM ET (US)
have a question I am a PSE and want to transfer to another office in my district. Am I able to transfer or do I have To quit and get rehired and loose my time I have heard different things from different people
5607
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
03-07-2017
05:37 PM ET (US)
/m5605 I disagree with /m5606

just ask your manager and the manager of the office you want to go to.
I have seen management do some things with other managers that could only happen because one is a manager.
5606
Clerk
03-07-2017
02:17 PM ET (US)
No Tam you can not switch to craft from a PM. You can bid on Supervisor and PM positions only.
5605
Tam
03-07-2017
02:12 PM ET (US)
I am a level 18 PM and my be relocating to another state. As PM's can we ever elect to return to the clerk craft if there is an opening?
5604
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
02-08-2017
10:25 AM ET (US)
/m5603 hahahahahahaha

april fools!!!!
5603
Ready2go
02-08-2017
12:30 AM ET (US)
You heard it hear first. Well placed sources are saying the USPS will offer a voluntary early retirement to all EAS employees with an effective date of September 30, 2017. No incentive mentioned as of yet.
5602
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
02-02-2017
10:48 PM ET (US)
/m5601 that makes more since if that is indeed the situation.

need more info.
5601
wisegalPerson was signed in when posted
02-02-2017
09:58 PM ET (US)
/m5593 rmpo40348, the only way that the ptf is placed in the full time bid is if you are a former postmaster who converted to ntft clerk. Is that your situation? If so, #8 applies. It was a provision put in to the contract so that the non-bargaining postmasters who turned craft do not change the natural order of the office due to their conversion to craft.
http://www.apwu.org/sites/apwu/files/resou...ies%2C%20Travel.pdf
5600
Converted PM
02-02-2017
09:36 PM ET (US)
/m5597 I converted to NFTF also. Unfortunately our seniority date is Oct 1st 2016; as that is the date that we were rolled into the APO. As the senior clerk is supposed to be appointed, any that have a date earlier would be eligible before you are allowed the position. It clearly states that in your post m/5593.
Edited 02-02-2017 09:40 PM
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