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goin postal
01-17-2018
12:33 PM ET (US)
Fake postalvet, since when do you believe anything that a boss promises? PO bosses lie worse than used car salesmen!
6873
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
01-17-2018
12:25 PM ET (US)
Pretty obvious there's a space in front of the fake handle.
6872
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
01-17-2018
11:44 AM ET (US)
/m6871 faker troll

there is only one and it's ME!!!

hahahahahahahahahahaha
6871
 postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
01-17-2018
10:59 AM ET (US)
i never called in because my boss promises to make me a 204b if i stay out of trouble, and i believe her.
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X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
01-16-2018
08:57 AM ET (US)
There's no such thing as an advance DD list. Mgt can only use it after the fact to attack your bang. So if you go to the game, don't wave at the camera, and if you have a party at home, don't let him get hold of an invitation.

Had a carrier boss once announce over the PA that anyone who banged on SB Monday would have to bring in a note. He didn't follow through and left the next week.
6869
Faker
01-15-2018
11:52 PM ET (US)
You mean you and your SO don't know?
6868
postalvetPerson was signed in when posted
01-15-2018
10:13 PM ET (US)
ok fakers answer /m6867
6867
deem desirable
01-15-2018
09:29 PM ET (US)
i'm told that i'm now "deem desirable" to document my unscheduled leaves. my supervisor insists that there is no list of "deem desirable" employees exists.
how do i know i'm not being singled out? also, i was told that if i don't come in on super bowl sunday i will face disciplinary actions. i called off last 2 super bowls.
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X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
01-15-2018
04:52 PM ET (US)
Won more holiday pay grievances than you've ever seen BTW.

Didn't say they prevailed. Just that they did it to show who was boss. New bosses felt they had to do it.
6865
X–stewPerson was signed in when posted
01-15-2018
12:35 PM ET (US)
From ELM 434.421 : "...To receive holiday leave pay, employees must be in a pay status either the last scheduled hour before or the first scheduled hour after the holiday or designated holiday...". This has been in the book for more than 30yrs, so the uninformed can't claim it's new.

Also, it's a matter of TACS, so management doesn't have any option of being "too lazy".

Get yourself informed or refrain from babbling nonsense.
6864
postalvet
01-15-2018
11:58 AM ET (US)
Nay, Yea and Nay.
You don't get Holiday pay only if you're not in pay status before and after the holiday. Sick leave is considered paid leave.
Don't listen to uninformed fake stewards.
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X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
01-15-2018
11:27 AM ET (US)
/m6861 Stewards don't report to mgt or you but to their union officers so let them know of your concerns.

Check with union about use of 204-Bs since there are supposedly some form of restrictions lately.

Not LWOP but denial of holiday pay. See 11.6.c. Mgt usually's too lazy to do it but they have the right.

Beware of imitators.
6862
x-stew or postalvet
01-15-2018
08:35 AM ET (US)
Yes yes and no.
6861
concerned clerk
01-15-2018
02:35 AM ET (US)
x-stew or postalvet my question is are union stewards suppose to be allowed to sit in union office all day when they are mandated for holiday? Also, union president says management is allowed 204b's due to the fact that they are short handed. Does this sound right to u all? Another question, if a person does not show up for a holiday when they are mandated is management allowed to place them with lwop? Thank you for any information or where I can find the info.
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Sam
01-13-2018
12:25 AM ET (US)
my contribution:

/m6816 " Not only did that dope get bitch-slapped for implying he was somehow legally qualified.."
6859
X–stewPerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2018
06:31 PM ET (US)
"Disingenuous", oh wait, it ain't sarcastic; It's serious, seriously!
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