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Grievance Update December 2018

18410 Tour one; in this issue the union argued that line management performed mail handle work at the Flat Sorter. Issue resolved, applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $20.

18409A Tour three; in this issue the union argued that the letter of warning for irregular attendance was not issued for just cause. Issue resolved, the disciplinary notice shall be modified to an official discussion.

18404 Tour three; in this issue the union argued that line management performed mail handle work in the Automation Room. Issue resolved, applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $40.

18433 Tour two; in this issue the union argued that the Service failed to comply with handbook ELM in regards to PS Form 1767 where the Service did not return the form to the employee within enclosed regulations. Issue resolved, the Service will comply with section 824 where;

The immediate supervisor must promptly (within the tour of duty):
a. Investigate the alleged condition.
b. Initiate immediate corrective action or make appropriate recommendations.
c. Record actions or recommendations on PS Form 1767.
d. Forward the original PS Form 1767 and one copy to the next appropriate level of management (approving official).
e. Give the employee a copy signed by the supervisor as a receipt.
f. Immediately forward the third copy to the facility safety coordinator.

It is the supervisor’s responsibility to monitor the status of the report at all times until the hazard is abated. If the hazard remains unabated longer than 7 calendar days, the supervisor must verbally inform the employee as to abatement status at the end of each 7–day interval.

18391 Tour three; in this issue the union argued that a clerk was performing mail handler work at the FKI Linear Sorter. Issue resolved, the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $30.

18392 Tour one; in this issue the union argued that a clerk was performing mail handler work at the Southwest dock. Issue resolved, the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $20.

18382 Tour one; in this issue the Union argued that line management failed to ensure that mail handler assistant’s do not work or receive overtime in lieu of MH’s on the OTDL. Issue resolved, the eligible employee on the OTDL shall receive a lump sum payment of $20.

18360 Tour two; in this issue the union argued that motor vehicle driver are not placing their truck keys on the appropriate latch. Issue resolved, motor vehicle drivers will follow the dock’s SOP and post their truck keys on the appropriate latch at the corresponding bay-no exceptions. Union notes; mail handlers can refuse to enter a truck when the driver fails to post their truck keys. Tour 1 and Tour 3 drivers are not placing their keys on the appropriate latch and dock mail handlers are entering the truck for whatever reason and violating the dock’s SOP. Please do not enter the truck if keys are not posted.

18268 Tour three; in this issue the union argued that line management performed mail handler work at the Low Cost Tray Sorter. Issue resolved, the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $20.

18316 Tour one; in this issue the union argued that a clerk was performing mail handler work at the Southwest dock; issue resolve the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $20.

18383 Tour one; in this issue the Union argued that line management failed to ensure that mail handler assistant’s do not work or receive overtime in lieu of MH’s on the OTDL. Issue resolved, the eligible employee on the OTDL shall receive a lump sum payment of $60.

18403 Tour one; in this issue the Union argued that line management failed to ensure that mail handler assistant’s do not work or receive overtime in lieu of MH’s on the OTDL. Issue resolved, the eligible employee on the OTDL shall receive a lump sum payment of $35.

18269 Tour three; in this issue the union argued that line management performed mail handler work at the FKI Linear Sorter. Issue resolved, the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $60.

18296 Tour one; in this issue the union argued that line management performed mail handler work at the FKI Linear Sorter. Issue resolved, the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $80.

18346 Tour one; in this issue the Union argued that line management failed to ensure that mail handler assistant’s do not work or receive overtime in lieu of MH’s on the OTDL. Issue resolved, the eligible employee on the OTDL shall receive a lump sum payment of $120.

18345 Tour one; ; in this issue the Union argued that line management failed to ensure that mail handler assistant’s do not work or receive overtime in lieu of MH’s on the OTDL. Issue resolved, the eligible employee on the OTDL shall receive a lump sum payment of $50.

18317 Tour one; in this issue the Union argued that line management failed to ensure that mail handler assistant’s do not work or receive overtime in lieu of MH’s on the OTDL. Issue resolved, the eligible employee on the OTDL shall receive a lump sum payment of $120.

18327 Tour one; in this issue the union argued that line management performed mail handler work at the FKI Linear Sorter. Issue resolved, the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $20.

18326 Tour one; in this issue the union argued that line management performed mail handler work at the FKI Linear Sorter. Issue resolved, the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $25.

18322 Tour three; in this issue the union argued that line management-manager performed mail handler work at the LCTS. Issue resolved, the applicable witness shall receive a lump sum payment of $200.

18342 All Tours; in this issue the union argued that management closed the FSS Turnstile and by doing so should had changed the Plant’s emergency evacuation plan directing employees to exit the building in a different location. Issue resolved, management will if a will adjust the emergency evacuation plan to correspond to the instant modification with appropriate signs and service talks to all employees advising them of the emergency evacuation plan change.

18405 Tour three; in this issue the union had argued that line management did not provide mail handlers on early overtime, whether 2 hours of 4 their required break and wash-up. Issue resolved, local management will honor the arbitration awards issued by Brown and Pecklers; as such, for every two hours an employee will break every 35 minutes for a total of 70 minutes within a four hour overtime period.



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