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14219 Tour one; Grievant issued a 14 day suspension for failure to be regular in attendance dated, 3.21.2014; Case resolved where the 14 day suspension shall be rescinded;
14706 Tour one; Grievant issued a 14 day suspension for failure to be regular in attendance dated, 10.23.2014; Case resolved where the 14 day suspension shall be modified to a 7 day suspension and to expire on 10.23.2015;
14268 Tour three; Grievant was denied his extra day because he could not work a full eight (8) hours; Case resolved where the Grievant shall be afforded 8 hours of overtime make-up and to be offered within 45 days;
14676 Tour two; Grievant issued a 7 day suspension for failure to be regular in attendance dated, 9.22.2014; Case resolved where the 7 day suspension shall be rescinded;
14760 Tour one; Grievant issued a 7 day suspension for failure to be regular in attendance dated, 11.29.2014;... [Read More]
14273 All Tours; in this issue the union had requested medical information without an employee’s authorization and such request was in regards to a collective bargaining issue. The case was denied by local management arguing that authorization is needed before any release of medical information. Union disagreed and appealed the issue to step three of Grievance Arbitration Procedure. The issue; whether the union can obtain medical information without an employee authorization was resolved. The settlement reads; management will provide the documents requested and it is understood that employee permission is not required to allow the Postal Service to provide medical records as requested. However, it is understood that the Union must demonstrate the relevancy and necessity for such information.
14728 Tour three; a Priority bid assignment was reverted claiming that the position is no longer needed; union disagreed. After... [Read More]
14724 Tour One; Grievant received a letter of warning dated, 11.6.2014 for unsafe act (sustained an injury); Union argued that there was no employee fault and accidents do not necessarily rise to a level of discipline. Letter modified to a discussion.
14727 Tour One; Grievant (MHA) received a letter of warning dated, 11.7.2014 for failing to follow instructions; Union argued that the disciplinary notice has no value and must be rescinded; Service agreed and modified the notice to a discussion.
14175 Tour Three; Grievant received a letter of warning dated, 3.6.2014 for failing to follow instructions and unsafe act; Grievant while operating his PIV and transporting three post cons tap a staged post con which in turn injured an employee; Previously however, the union had argued that the area should be readjusted / reconfigured to avoid congestion and potential injuries, management ignored the union’s... [Read More]