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16442 Tour two; 7 day suspension for irregular attendance dated, 8.12.2016 shall expire no later than 1.2018.
16434 Tour two; Grievant was approved for advance sick leave but was instructed to use the leave consecutively. Union argued that the approved sick leave shall be used at the discretion of the employee whether consecutively or on an intermittent basis. Resolved; the Service agreed and settled the issue whereas; Grievant may use approved advance sick leave intermittently at the employee’s request. Furthermore, it is agreed that the request should not be unduly denied for any week including holiday weeks.
16485 Tour two; Grievant acting as a 204B worked off her bid [duty assignment] schedule as such; it was agreed that the employee receive 52 hours of out-of-schedule premium.
Circa August 2016 this union had approximately 44,000 employees that include MHA’s. I don’t know how many of the 44,000 are paying union members. But the Mail Handler‘s Union is the smallest union in the postal service with the Letter Carriers being fist, next is the APWU. Being the smallest you would think that our National Leaders would have a sensible salary in comparison to our size. Not so; the current salary of our National President is $229,166.56 and our Secretary-Treasurer is 214,798.75. I believe these salaries are way too much and not in relationship to our size.
Also, the constitution gives the union the right to raise our dues by $1.00 when you receive a general wages increase. However, the local may request the National office to waive the one-dollar dues increase. Therefore, many members of Mid Island had petition our local leaders not to raise our dues. The only response to our petition was; will be considered. The contract... [Read More]