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17008 Tour two; In this issue the union argued that management violated the National Agreement by denying a light duty employee an opportunity to work his Holiday. The Service had argued that the employee is on light duty and his restrictions had prevented him from working in areas where the overtime was called for… The Grievant has a restriction of sit only and can only work the patch-up table. The union argued however, that the patch-up area was operational and other light duty employees had worked, thereby the denial of holiday work violates the contract. Issue resolved; because the patch-up table was operational and other employees at the table worked, the Grievant shall be fully compensated for the Christmas Holiday bypass.
16563/17005 Tour one; in this grievance the union had argued that the Service violated the National Agreement by denying holiday volunteers an opportunity to work during the 2016 Christmas Holiday Schedule. Specifically, on Sunday night for Monday [1.26.2016] the Service scheduled in all casuals and all mail handler assistant’s but denied holiday volunteers. Likewise, the Service again denied holiday volunteers for, Sunday night for Monday during the 2017 New Year’s Holiday schedule. Shop steward Richard Hoffman argued that the Service violated the National Agreement and applicable mail handlers who had volunteered and were denied the right to work must be fully compensated. Issued resolved; the following employees who were denied an opportunity to work their respective holiday shall be full compensated. The mail handlers are;
Pleased to announce that Robert Hernandez [1.1997] mail handler tour two and former shop steward has accepted reassignment to Michigan effective March 18; I wish Bob the very best in his new position and state.
The following mail handler assistants [MHA] shall be converted to career full-time effective 4.1.2017 in addition to their bid for assignments. Union argues however that the Service should also convert five  other MHA and accept two  eReassign to fill the 13 residual [open] duty assignments. More information shall follow...3.21.2017
Shanay McNeil – FSM Tour one Monday/Tuesday
Jaye Dusenbury – Linear Sorter Tour one Wednesday/Thursday
Orlando Blackwell – Belts Tour one Monday/Tuesday
William Dougherty – 010 Tour three Saturday/Sunday
Joseph Anello – Tour one Level 5 East Deck Tuesday/Wednesday
Gloria Bryant – Tour one FSM Wednesday/Thursday