Please contact Sally or Jeff if you aren’t sure who your rep/steward is. (Always contact your Local Steward first if your office has one.)
Remember: If you receive ANY discipline you MUST file a grievance within 14 days. Always file a grievance when you receive discipline. Contact your Local Steward, Area Steward, Assistant District Representative or District Representative for guidance and any questions.
Filing a Grievance (Instructions and PS form 8191) CALL YOUR REP. FIRST
- If you do not file properly TIMELY (within 14 Days of incident) and send the (after Management dates and initials 3b & answers 3c) grievance form (PS Form 8191) to your assigned Local, Area, ADR or DR you have not filed the grievance! NEVER leave a grievance form with management when you discuss the issue. Remember, your rep. only has 10 days to set-up a Step 1 Meeting with management to hear your grievance once you have filed it (date in 3b).
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
“Stay away from negative people, they have a problem for every solution.”– Albert Einstein
GREENSBORO District: MID-CAROLINA District
Jeff Essick D R Sally Corriher D R
Bryan Hudgins Full Time A D R. Bethany Small Full Time A D R.
Gail Naillon Full Time A D R. Eddie Moss Full Time A D R.
Daniel Caudle Full Time A D R. Kelly Futch Part Time A D R.
Art Young, Jr. Part Time A D R. Brenda Prevatte Area Steward
Kimberly Atwell Area Steward Ralph Fernandez Area Steward
Scarlett Hall Area Steward
Step 4 Settlement on Compensation When Speaking to a Steward Prior to a Pre-Disciplinary Interview
This case involved management denying compensation to a grievant who requested to talk to their Steward when required to attend a pre-disciplinary interview. The parties agree a grievant is entitled to compensation for a reasonable amount of time to speak with their steward prior to attending a pre-disciplinary interview. The parties previously agreed in a step 4 settlement from Maple Grove, MN dated January 22, 1999 (I-39 in the Quick Reference Guide), that rural carriers are entitled to be compensated for the time involved to attend a pre-disciplinary interview.
DO YOUR JOB CORRECTLY EVERDAY!
Management knows WHERE you are and WHAT you are doing. YOU MUST SCAN ALL ITEMS AT THE POINT OF DELIVERY. This means: You MUST scan a item that goes to the door, AT THE DOOR. Also, stay on your “Line of Travel” (PS Form 4003).
Many letter carriers have already been briefed on the capabilities of the new scanners, and warned to do their daily duties accordingly or risk being identified by the new Delivery Management System (DMS) software program. For example, carriers have been warned that spending more than five minutes with another carrier on the street will result in an alert on the delivery manager’s computer. The DMS program has a host of tracking tools, including creating alerts when a carrier is running late. One of the most powerful tools of the DMS software is the Breadcrumbs feature that plots letter carrier movements throughout the day. The feature can be used to find a carrier, or the data can be played back to see where the carrier was minute-by-minute throughout the day.
Management is telling me I HAVE TO MAKE MY LEAVING TIME!
USPS- “Hurry up and get out.”
NRLCA-“First and foremost we are instructing all rural carriers that they are to work SAFELY and should not be pressured to work in a manner that places their wellbeing or life at risk”
If you are being pressured or Bullied by management, Please contact your- Local, Area, ADR or DR immediately.
Adequate Size Vehicle (Large enough to accommodate NORMAL mail volume)
Using a Pick up Truck for Delivery (Mail must be Secured if out of sight)
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