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14469 Tour three; Grievant received a letter of warning dated, 6.29.2014 for failing to work in a safe manner; Grievant supposedly parked his PIV in an unauthorized area not necessarily known to the Grievant. As such; the issue has been settled where the disciplinary notice has been rescinded.
14470 Tour three; Grievant was on light duty working at the patch-up table; work hours of 1500-2330; on 7.1.2014 at 2300 hours, the Service informed the Grievant that there is no light duty work for him and sent the employee home. Union argued that at 2300 hours the Grievant was on his scheduled break, and subsequent wash-up, and there is no need to find or perform any work; Issue was settled and the employee will receive 30 minutes of pay.
14548 Tour one; 8.8.2014 Supervisor was performing mail handler work at the Flat Sorter Machines; witness shall receive half-hour of overtime pay.
14310 Tour three; Grievant requested to revise his work schedule by excluding a lunch period and working a straight eight hour work day. The issue has been settled in that the request for “no lunch” shall be considered on a case by case basis and the decision to deny such request must not be arbitrary or capricious.
14332 Tour three; Grievant prior light duty work hours of four hours (4) per day were increased by the employee’s physician to six (6) hours per day. However, the Service delayed the employee’s increase, and as such; the Grievant shall be fully reimbursed for the additional two hours missed.
14083 Tour two; Grievant received a letter of warning for failing to follow instructions. Union argued that the Service lacked any corroborating evidence to support such an allegation; letter of warning was rescinded.
14201 Tour three; Grievant received a letter of warning dated, 3.1.2014 for failure to be regular in attendance; issue... [Read More]
I am pleased to announce that tour one mail handler Joe Inumo (2.2005) has accepted reassignment to the JFK facility, effective 9.6.2014;
I would also like to announce that tour three mail handler Ann Hunt (4.2005) has accepted reassignment into the Westchester district, effective 9.20.2014. I wish both mail handlers the very best in their new stations.