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The MOU effectively withdrew and administratively closed all cross-craft grievances that were pending in the RI- 399 process prior to September 1, 2017. The Update MOU also provided for monetary payments to mail handlers and clerks in consideration of the withdrawal of these grievances.
The parties have agreed that $14,500,000 will be distributed among mail handlers designated by the NPMHU. The USPS will make payment on this settlement in the final pay period of the 2019 fiscal year; thus, the settlement will be included in the October 4, 2019 paycheck.
The National Office has established a union-run appeal procedure for any claims that may be filed (1) by Mail Handlers who do not receive a monetary payment on October 4, 2019 but who believe they should have been listed amongst the eligible, or (2) by eligible Mail Handlers who receive a payment on October 4, 2019 but believe they did not receive the proper number of shares authorized. The... [Read More]
19499 All Tours; issue centered at the Flat Sorter Machine-AFSM where a mail handler wanted job preference over a non-bid employee working the prep station; Union argued that the denial of job preference violates the LMOU whereas; Full-time mail handlers shall have preference before casuals, MHA’s, and employees without a bid assignment for duties within a section. Issue resolved; in accordance with the LMOU number seven; employees in that section shall have the right for job preference before casuals, MHA’s, and employees without a bid assignment within the operation.
19432, 19550, 19548 All Tours; the issue centered around line management not complying with the proper procedure when assigning employees to a higher level assignment-level 5; issue resolved where management will follow the higher level procedures as outlined by arbitrators Chin and Simmelkjaer where; for higher level details encompassing 30 minutes or more the line management will canvass the... [Read More]