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Anne
12-10-2016
02:39 PM ET (US)
When you sign up for Medicare you can ask them
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charlotte
12-07-2016
12:40 PM ET (US)
I am turning 65 next Sept and will continue to work. I know I have to sign up for Medicare Part A but how do I let Medicare know that I will be using my current health plan?
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Django
12-01-2016
08:38 PM ET (US)
Thanks postalvet .....
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-01-2016
07:59 PM ET (US)
/m6490 mostly because the ntft was cut way back. no function 1, no maintenance, no motor vehicle, and function 4 limited to 8 percent nationally.
page 180
http://www.apwu.org/sites/apwu/files/resou...ing%20Agreement.pdf

for info
function 1 is plant operations
function 4 is window/station operations
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Django
12-01-2016
11:37 AM ET (US)
 Effective six months from the date of the signing of the 2010 National agreement, full time career clerk craft motor vehicle craft employees who are not on the overtime desired list and are in an installation with employees working in ntft Duty assignment in the same functional area, will not be required to work overtime except in emergencies.

New cba states: however the restriction on assigning mandatory overtime to non otdl employees is an arrow from installation why to the facility? If anyone has any clarification it will be helpful thank you:)
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
12-01-2016
10:14 AM ET (US)
/m6488 ntft are treated like full time do not included with pse's.

to answer your question, yes as long as the odl is maxed.
check with your local memo as the two installations are most likely separate sections.
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Django
12-01-2016
08:23 AM ET (US)
Can management mandatory overtime for full time career Clerks (non odl list) when there is seasonal help on same tour?Our installation has no pse/ntft on staff at the moment,but our other installation (same city ) has two NTFT that have bids . ...

Thank you for your response in advance
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djb
11-30-2016
09:46 PM ET (US)
/m6477. The RMPO's fall under the LMOU of the APO. Some leave issues are under the National Agreement but most leave issues are under the individual LMOU's of your local union.
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RMPO6inMN
11-30-2016
12:06 AM ET (US)
No problem, glad that I could help clarify this for you. Happy holidays!
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RMPO in ME
11-28-2016
11:02 AM ET (US)
/6484 Thank you for the info. That makes sense now! I appreciate you taking the time to help me.
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RMPO6inMN
11-27-2016
11:02 PM ET (US)
/6481 I'm a NTFT also and I can tell you with all certainty that all time over your 36.50 should be submitted as out of schedule premium (073). You do not add the holiday toward the hour overage though so it should not be submitted as 073 unless your actual work hours for the week exceed 36.50. Another point of relevance for you, anything over 40 hours in a work week should be submitted as overtime, in addition to your out of schedule premium submission.
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SouthernClerkPerson was signed in when posted
11-25-2016
10:27 PM ET (US)
/m6481 http://www.21cpw.com/AllAboutNTFTs.pdf
This should help you with the OOS and OT questions.
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postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
11-25-2016
10:11 PM ET (US)
/m6481 holidays do not add to you time. holiday pay is extra pay.
anything over your bid hours of 36.50 I believe is out of schedule pay.
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RMPO in ME
11-25-2016
06:37 PM ET (US)
I'm a new NTFT and have a question about pay. I am a 36.50 clerk. If I go over that amount of hours, is it OT? What about like this week, with an 8 hour holiday, that pushes me over? Does that put me into OT? And will it be automatic or does it need to be entered as OT on the time card?
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EastSideRMPO
11-21-2016
10:00 PM ET (US)
Thank you both, back to reading then. :)
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SouthernClerkPerson was signed in when posted
11-21-2016
07:46 PM ET (US)
/m6477 in our area it would be leave within the APO and RMPO's, as the coverage would have to come from someone else within that group. Can't imagine there would be a local that differed from this. I believe you can find supporting documentation within JCIM.
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