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californiaclerk  
#1 Posted : Sunday, October 23, 2011 11:55:29 PM(UTC)
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How does Flex beside the ntft schedule effect the schedule?   In our office management puts flex next to one of the ntft schedules usually the on working for an employee on vacation plus working their own *****.   When this was done to me none of the time I worked was out of schedule or overtime.   Even though I worked over 8 ond over the usual 5 hours a day they have been giving us since we became ntft 6 days a week.Confused   Schedule in our office goes up on friday.  We have not bid on any positions.    What does the Flex really mean?

VeteransRus  
#2 Posted : Monday, October 24, 2011 12:13:49 AM(UTC)
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Ulm... I'm pretty sure when I took Hooked On Phonics, Flex meant: not fixed and can be moved, or adjusted as needed.
You work for the USPS, so deal with it cause you have no say. You could quit if you wantedLOL
Enjoy your 6 days a week with no social life, and being treated like a mule.
cntry  
#3 Posted : Monday, October 24, 2011 1:36:05 AM(UTC)
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californiaclerk wrote:

How does Flex beside the ntft schedule effect the schedule?   In our office management puts flex next to one of the ntft schedules usually the on working for an employee on vacation plus working their own *****.   When this was done to me none of the time I worked was out of schedule or overtime.   Even though I worked over 8 ond over the usual 5 hours a day they have been giving us since we became ntft 6 days a week.Confused   Schedule in our office goes up on friday.  We have not bid on any positions.    What does the Flex really mean?

 
There are two types of NTFT...
Regular NTFT's are the same as FTR's in that their schedule is not changeable from week to week.
Flexible NTFT's schedules ARE changeable from week to week as long as it is posted by WEDNESDAY the week before.  Basically, flex NTFT's are PTF's who get paid for their holidays, and get OOS for any changes AFTER the schedule is posted.  They are going to have to start getting the schedule up earlier for you guys.
Page 190 of the contract...

• Full-Time Flexible Clerk Craft non-traditional

assignments [10% of full-time assignments, but at least

one (1) in any installation] may be created and utilized

in retail (Function 4) operations and to cover vacancies

and absences subject to negotiated rules. The start

times and off-days of flexible non-traditional full-time

assignments may be changed from week-to-week without

out-of-schedule obligations, subject to a Wednesday of

the prior week notification. Weekly and daily guarantees

will remain unchanged.


cntry2011-10-24 09:49:03
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postalvet  
#4 Posted : Monday, October 24, 2011 2:43:33 AM(UTC)
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But your form 50 has to state Flex or your not a flex.
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californiaclerk  
#5 Posted : Monday, October 24, 2011 10:22:54 AM(UTC)
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thanks
cntry  
#6 Posted : Monday, October 24, 2011 10:30:17 AM(UTC)
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postalvet wrote:


But your form 50 has to state Flex or your not a flex.

Thanks postalvet, I forgot to mention that until I was already off-line Confused

Check your Form 50, 210 is regular, 215 is flex.

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