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19740 Tour three; in this issue the Service reverted a Linear Sorter position rest days Saturday and Friday 1500 start time; issue resolved the position shall be posted on the next bid cycle.
19711 Tour two; in this issue the Service reverted a Flat Sorter position rest days Wednesday and Thursday 0700 start time; issue resolved the position shall be posted on the next bid cycle.
19706 Hicksville/Plainview; in this issue the Service denied the Union its request for information where the information would establish a need for additional bid assignment and/or shows clerks performing mail handler work; issue resolved information shall be provided.
19538 Hicksville; the Union argued that clerks are performing mail handler work; issue resolved an applicable employee shall receive six hours of overtime pay.
19510 Hicksville; a position was reverted for lack of work; issue resolved the position at the Hicksville Post Office... [Read More]
20164 Tour three; in this issue the Service told an employee to go home due to spouse had COVID symptoms and to provide medical certification clearing him to resume work, Grievant complied and physician excused the employee for the remaining week; issue resolved the employee shall receive one day administrative leave.
20123/20122 All Tours; in this early Grievance circa March 2020, the Union argued that the Service is failing to provide safeguards against the COVID-19. In this issue the Union argued that sanitary wipes should be accessible in all work locations, including masks and gloves. Issue resolved and sanitary wipes are installed at all PIV charging areas.
20188 Tour three; In this case the Union observed several officials performing mail handler work; issue resolve the witness shall receive a lump sum of $80.
20181 Tour one; Again, in this case the Union observed a supervisor performing mail handler work; issue resolve the... [Read More]