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real PMG
11-20-2017
11:03 AM ET (US)
Your personal experience applied to yourself, your local office and you alone. It's not a national policy so don't infer that it is.
The number of workers fluctuates according to the needs of the service, what might be needed 3yrs ago is not what's needed now.
Edited 11-20-2017 11:17 AM
6672
help for Pappy
11-17-2017
08:10 AM ET (US)
They way it is supposed to work, the job is supposed to be posted for 30 days. Anyone in a 50 mile radius that is being outsourced (such as plant or store closing) will have preference. If no one applies for the position, then the PSE will automatically get the promotion to PTF and the office will have to post a PSE position. If no one applies for it, it is possible that the position will stay vacant until the PSE has reached the end of their 1 year tour before promotion, then the promotion could occur at that time. I know when I became PTF years ago that was the case. I had to wait until my tour was up before promotion.
6671
Pappy
11-16-2017
08:05 PM ET (US)
Can somebody help. Is this true? Level 20 office. 3 full time clerks, 1ptf, 1pse. The ptf transferred out. Will the pse automatically get the ptf job or does it have to be posted on ereassign?
 Thanks for the help!!!
6670
X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
11-15-2017
06:35 PM ET (US)
I know everything about it.

But so does your local so contact them.
6669
angry chair
11-15-2017
05:29 PM ET (US)
travel pay? any answers
6668
badlybent
11-11-2017
09:39 AM ET (US)
Chicago P O strikes again. Sorry Dreamers.
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/10/nyregio...a-applications.html
6667
real PMG
11-05-2017
12:54 AM ET (US)
Lemme guess, you're a US Postal worker and you get your education from American public schools.
6666
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
11-03-2017
11:41 PM ET (US)
It's perfectly clear to me.
6665
real PMG
11-03-2017
11:32 PM ET (US)
"anyone know about travel pay being given/denied for out of office ot?".

Is this the general education's level of US Postal workers? Or is it the result of a broken American education's system?
6664
anyone
11-02-2017
07:08 PM ET (US)
No I do not.
6663
angry chair
11-02-2017
08:38 AM ET (US)
anyone know about travel pay being given/denied for out of office ot?
6662
real PMG
10-26-2017
06:49 PM ET (US)
More proofs that union reps are chicken shit. Not only they sleep with mgmt, they sold members out for brownies.
6661
X-stewPerson was signed in when posted
10-26-2017
10:44 AM ET (US)
/m6658 First place to contact is NBA. Lay out what is being done and why you think it's unfair. It may be reasons that you are not unaware of why it seems you're not being represented.

If you want, you can say what's up and someone will try to explain.

/m6660 Filing step 1 without union behind you means it goes in the trash as soon as you leave bosses office.

/m6659 NLRB is very last resort.
Edited 10-26-2017 10:46 AM
6660
Kerwin Stevenson
10-26-2017
08:13 AM ET (US)
Or you can file it (Step 1) yourself.



Kerwin Stevenson
6659
RivkahPerson was signed in when posted
10-26-2017
06:55 AM ET (US)
Have you contacted your nba? You can get their info on the apwu site. You can file a complaint with the nlrb for failure to represent.
6658
Need Your Help
10-26-2017
04:18 AM ET (US)
My local union does not represent all of the clerks. They are only filling on behalf of just some. The union stewards only take care of their "chosen" employees. How do I lodge a complaint or file on my local. This has been going on for years. My boss lets the stewards have free reign to file for their employees (themselves) as they see fit. Certain employees are always getting settlements while others get nothing. Please help. I don't know what to do. Unions are not always the answer. Serious replies only. Thank you.
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