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19315 Tour one; in this issue the Service permitted a mail handler assistant to work or fall into an overtime status thereby bypassing employees on the before tour OTDL; issue resolved the next eligible employee on the OTDL shall receive a lump sum payment of 4 hours of overtime pay.
19328 through 19380-[19 cases]; in these cases the Union argued that line management to lead managers to clerks had performed mail handler work; issue resolved the applicable witnesses shall receive lump sum payments.
18085-M16M-1B-C 18202864 Tour three; Pre-Arbitration Agreement that provides administrative leave to all eligible employees on tour three for Wednesday March 21, 2019. Any employee who called in sick leave or had scheduled leave for March 21st will not be eligible.
18207-M16M-1B-C 18282768; Pre-Arbitration Agreement that states; when the Service determines that a leaking package was a known substance no need to utilize postal policy concerning suspicious mail and unknown power or substance. Management will provide sufficient information that supports its position.
Remember; during winter storms it is important that the call-in should be under community disaster and that you complete the diligent effort forms.
Also, report to your supervisor and inform your steward in regards to suspicious mail and unknown power or substance discovered on the work room floor.
Please find Mid Island’s Newspaper where the Service had informed the safety & health committee that employees are still entering the employee’s parking lot by way of Duryea Road. The gate shown is only an exit and exit to the right. If employees continue to enter the parking lot by way of Duryea Road the Service will close the gate. Please follow all traffic signs and do not enter the lot from this gate.
Tour one 19131; the issue centers on tour one acting supervisor doing mail handler work at the Flat Sorter machine; issue resolve the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $20.
Tour one 19121, 19182, and 19166; the issue centers on tour one manager instructing a PIV Operator on the Linear Sorter to report to the Robot to dispatch mails to the platform. Union argues that line management violated the National Agreement and past practices by instructing the Linear Sorter operator to perform work outside their job description and selecting employees to perform higher level you must canvass the immediate work area and/or tour list. Issue resolved the employee shall receive a lump sum payment of $68 for time outside her bid.
19116 Tour three; in this issue the Union argued that management unilaterally changed a 204-B work schedule which violates the National Agreement. Issue resolved the 204B shall receive out-of-schedule premium for the... [Read More]