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#21 Posted : Thursday, January 16, 2020 11:43:27 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: beer30 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Southernclerk Go to Quoted Post

A. Residual duty assignments will be filled in the following order:
1. Assign existing unencumbered clerks in the same installation pursuant to Article 37.4;
2. Employees with Clerk Craft retreat rights pursuant to Article 12.5.C.5.a(5) or Article 12.5.C.5.b(6);
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3. Reassignment of full-time regular Clerk Craft
employees in an installation impacted by excessing,
pursuant to Article 12.5.C.5, who request a transfer
from an installation within the District or a 100 mile
geographic radius through the eReassign Clerk
Craft 21-Day Posting;
4. Conversion of part-time fl exible (PTF) Clerk Craft
employees in the same installation pursuant to
Article 37.5;


Clear as mud...lol.

1. What is an "unencumbered clerk?" According to the contract it is synonymous with unassigned regular. Is there such a thing? What would be an example of an unassigned regular?when a employee makes regular and does not have a bid you are unencumbered.
2. Doesn't apply, no one has been involuntarily reassigned from our tiny installation.
3. This pretty much says it will go on eReassign for 21 days but only for full time employees that meet the requirements. How would this be found in eReassign? Are you only able to see posting you are able to apply for in eReassign?
4. This would be me.

Bonus question. What is excessing and withholding?the post office has a no layoff clause for career employees so when an office is closed what do you do with the people if you can not layoff? you hold positions in close offices and excess employees into those positions.

thanks again for the clarifications.



there is a lot more you need to read the contract

Edited by user Thursday, January 16, 2020 11:44:38 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#22 Posted : Thursday, January 16, 2020 12:03:16 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: beer30 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Southernclerk Go to Quoted Post

A. Residual duty assignments will be filled in the following order:
1. Assign existing unencumbered clerks in the same installation pursuant to Article 37.4;
2. Employees with Clerk Craft retreat rights pursuant to Article 12.5.C.5.a(5) or Article 12.5.C.5.b(6);
371
3. Reassignment of full-time regular Clerk Craft
employees in an installation impacted by excessing,
pursuant to Article 12.5.C.5, who request a transfer
from an installation within the District or a 100 mile
geographic radius through the eReassign Clerk
Craft 21-Day Posting;
4. Conversion of part-time fl exible (PTF) Clerk Craft
employees in the same installation pursuant to
Article 37.5;


Clear as mud...lol.

1. What is an "unencumbered clerk?" According to the contract it is synonymous with unassigned regular. Is there such a thing? What would be an example of an unassigned regular?
2. Doesn't apply, no one has been involuntarily reassigned from our tiny installation.
3. This pretty much says it will go on eReassign for 21 days but only for full time employees that meet the requirements. How would this be found in eReassign? Are you only able to see posting you are able to apply for in eReassign?
4. This would be me.

Bonus question. What is excessing and withholding?

thanks again for the clarifications.



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