NALC: Memorandums of understanding extended, modified

NALC-LOGONALC and the Postal Service have agreed on extensions and modifications of three memorandums of understanding. The first, Re: Full-time Regular Opportunities – City Letter Carrier Craft (M-01834), extends the August 30, 2013 MOU Re: Residual Vacancies – City Letter Carrier Craft (M-01824) through May 31, 2014 and, effective June 1, 2014, incorporates changes to the process for filling full-time regular opportunities in the city letter carrier craft. For detailed information on the changes to the process, click here.

The second, Re: Sunday Delivery – City Carrier Assistant Staffing (M-01835) extends the agreement that city carrier assistants who served as city carrier TEs directly before their initial CCA appointment will not serve a probationary period when converted to full-time career status during the term of this MOU, and continues the process of jointly monitoring on a weekly basis at the national level the necessary CCA resources during the implementation of the MOU Re: Residual Vacancies – City Letter Carrier Craft (M-01824), the MOU Re: Full-time Regular Opportunities – City Letter Carrier Craft (M-01834) and the Sunday parcel delivery test.

The third, Re: Signing Overtime Lists (M-01836), continues to allow the installation head and branch president or their designees to mutually elect to develop a process that allows employees who transfer from another installation or part-time flexibles and CCAs converted to full-time status after the two week period for signing the overtime desired lists to place their names on either the overtime desired list or work assignment list.

All three MOUs are effective through March 31, 2015.

For the current list of city letter carrier positions available for transfer under the provisions of M-01834, click here. These positions have been posted in e

  • Nalc

    How about us who DONT want over time forced to work ot due to “no help”?

  • THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX

    GO FIND A NEW JOB IF YOU DON’T WANT OT, TRANSFER TO AN OFFICE THAT HAS HELP, TRANSFER TO ANOTHER CRAFT, OR GET A DOCTORS NOTE STATING YOU CAN ONLY WORK 8 HOURS PER DAY!! QUIT CRYING AND THINK!!

    • I hate slackers

      GFY….it is you feet shuffling ot I don’t have a life bitches that are bring this org down…….no sat. delivery will save us……

  • LgSarge

    There are provisions set forth in the national agreement to handle overtime and the use of employees not on the ODL. Don’t be made to believe that you have no avenue to follow. Answers like find a new job or transfer are just what management or scabs would have you think is your only answer. The national agreement states clearly managements obligation pertaining to this. Hold them to the agreement they have made. Don’t let little local managers and postmasters cloud the agreement. If they give away enough free money in the form of grievance settlements, then ,hopefully, they will be required to really learn how to do there job. Hopefully. Ive been with the PO 27 years and am still hopeful. Until then I will just continue to bank the free money the continue to give me over time because of there laziness and lack of knowledge.

  • postalworker1

    with all this talk of how to hire, pse,cca,mha.s they must be gttn ready for some new career employees,,,,

  • Jet

    Conversion of all PTF and TE employees to Reg before hiring more ( CCA) would have been just too simple.