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6707
alaskamailmanPerson was signed in when posted
07-29-2018
11:08 PM ET (US)
Steward should be grieving they did not pull him off the street immediately. Shows Post Master did not follow proper procedures if someone was working unsafely. The grievance procedure is a crap shoot but expect Post Master to lie. Steward should claim no proof of seatbelt violation
6706
SHEREEEPerson was signed in when posted
07-29-2018
02:10 PM ET (US)
Hi Alaskaman and everyone, my son is a cca and he has been one for 3 years. He is #1 on the list to be hired in but 3 weeks ago he was flagged down by the postmaster and she said he didn't have his seatbelt on. He insured me he did. They let him work the whole day and when he got back, he received a slip that said don't come back until further notice. His union steward grieved it and had my son give him a written statement of what happened that day.

He has been out of work for 3 weeks. Fast forward to this past fri he got a letter of dismissal they say its for an accidident that happened May 24,2018. My son backed up and bumped a car. They had him take a road test on the computer and he passed and nothing more was said about that. He's been working fine since then until she thought he didn't have his seatbelt on. Its seems they are trying to just find something to fire him for. His union steward grieved the dismissal. Do you think he lost his job? Do you have any advice on what to do from here?
Edited 07-29-2018 02:13 PM
6705
CCA2RPerson was signed in when posted
05-21-2018
08:31 PM ET (US)
/m6704 Thanks alaskamailman.
6704
alaskamailmanPerson was signed in when posted
05-15-2018
10:48 PM ET (US)
First. You must follow instructions then grieve. Actually the clerk steward should be filing grievance.
6703
CCA2RPerson was signed in when posted
05-15-2018
01:29 AM ET (US)
I am a CCA, I clocked in at 9am and management told me to go throw parcels with the clerks,i threw parcels into carriers hampers for 1hr 30mins.

Is this a violation of the contract ?

Thanks
6702
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
04-23-2018
11:32 PM ET (US)
NMI- Are you working Sundays?
6701
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
04-23-2018
10:26 PM ET (US)
You can try and tell manager you need to keep your day off but there is nothing that says they have to give you a day off. You can always use AL or call in sick as a last resort. Is you office under staffed?
6700
NmiPerson was signed in when posted
04-22-2018
07:56 PM ET (US)
I have a hold down on a route, I have yet to get my regulars day off. I’ll have worked 11 days straight before my next day off. Is this a regular practice? What’s the problem with getting my regulars day off? What can I do?
6699
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
04-20-2018
08:00 PM ET (US)
If your a CCA, yes they can. Having an opt as a CCA doesn't mean much. They can't change your off days but they can make you work
6698
CCAoftheCountyPerson was signed in when posted
04-19-2018
09:25 PM ET (US)
If your on a opt and you have the long weekend can they make you come in on the days off?
6697
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
03-26-2018
11:46 PM ET (US)
CCA position was created by the Das award contract arbitration which was in 2013. Contract was ratified in 2013. Also in 2013 MOU converted 6000 PTFs to regular career status. Bottom line, if PTF transferred in 2012 would not count toward CCA conversion ratio
6696
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
03-26-2018
09:28 PM ET (US)
If it was a PTF that transferred in 2012 don't think it would count. PTFs were not regulars
6695
Iaguy52136Person was signed in when posted
03-25-2018
07:00 PM ET (US)
Please look if u have time thank you. I'll come back to see if u found anything I can't seem to find anything. N it was a ptf does that count?
6694
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
03-25-2018
05:17 PM ET (US)
You need to find when CCA conversion MOU became effective. I will look later but maybe someone else knows. I know if the transfer was before 2011 it doesn't count but not sure for 2012
6693
Iaguy52136Person was signed in when posted
03-24-2018
06:41 AM ET (US)
I have a question regarding an effective date of a transfer. I was recently in an office for 2.5 yrs and they had a regular position open and I was top CCA I thought I was going to get position just to get disappointed as they took an transfer over me. I then transferred to a different office now I'm in the same situation again. They have taken a transfer prior but it was in 2012 is that to long ago or would that be considered a transfer and then they would have to convert me. N do they have to take transfer? I guess it's the moment of Truth for me n the Post office. Anyone with knowledge on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
6692
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
03-21-2018
10:32 PM ET (US)
CCAs are not career so how could they be in FERS. Answer They can't
6691
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
03-21-2018
09:02 PM ET (US)
Not part of FERS when they are hired.
Years as CCA don't count toward pension.
6690
comfortablynumbPerson was signed in when posted
03-21-2018
07:40 PM ET (US)
I know the NALC has a retirement savings plan for cca's that rolls into TSP when they become regular, but are they part of FERS when they initially get hired? Do their years as cca count to a postal pension?
6689
alaska mailmanPerson was signed in when posted
02-10-2018
09:26 PM ET (US)
Traci- CCAs do not get sick leave. They call in sick they just do not get paid for that day. So the answer would be no.
6688
Traci ReedyPerson was signed in when posted
02-10-2018
06:27 PM ET (US)
Is Advance Sick Leave also available to CCA?
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