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z165012  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 12:05:44 AM(UTC)
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as a CCA/PSE when you make regular they cash our your leave, does the same thing happen when you go craft to EAS?

I spent about a half hour on google and couldn't find anything about it...just looking for answers...

I know EAS can carry a higher yearly total of AL, I want to say 660 instead of the craft 440
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 7:14:42 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: z165012 Go to Quoted Post
as a CCA/PSE when you make regular they cash our your leave, does the same thing happen when you go craft to EAS?

I spent about a half hour on google and couldn't find anything about it...just looking for answers...

I know EAS can carry a higher yearly total of AL, I want to say 660 instead of the craft 440


why would you believe going from career to career "they" cash out your leave???


when you go from non career to career you are removed from the rolls for a day so when you are not a postal employee so you must be given all that is do you.


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#3 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 7:25:27 AM(UTC)
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Craft to EAS your leave carries over. EAS to craft your leave carries over. I have done both. The only concern would be having 560 hours of AL plus your current year advance as an EAS and going back to craft. You could face having to use 120 hours plus your yearly advance (as much as 208) before the end of the leave year so you don't lose it.

Sale of leave is different for EAS, also.
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 8:34:26 AM(UTC)
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Do EAS get pay steps like a PS employee, or are they all pay for performance?
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#5 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 8:47:53 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: pure_cheese Go to Quoted Post
Do EAS get pay steps like a PS employee, or are they all pay for performance?[/quote

I believe it has changed over time. It used to be that if you went to EAS they slotted you in based upon your current pay plus a certain percentage. I think it may have been 8% at one time. But whatever the %, the EAS who went up a level at a time got their pay increased more quickly. For instance, if someone went from craft to level 20, they got the % bump in pay. But if they went from craft to level 13 then 15 then 16 then 18 then 20 they got that % increase every time.

As far as PFP, let's say you were due $5,000 based upon the matrix and you made $60K per year. If your next step up in pay was as much as $3,000, your pay would be bumped up to $63,000 and you would get the other $2,000 in a bonus. If your "performance" said you were due $2,000 then your pay would simply be bumped up to $62,000.

The rules change over time. The EAS pay band levels can be found by searching.
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 8:56:16 AM(UTC)
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Do EAS get pay steps like a PS employee, or are they all pay for performance?


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#7 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 10:37:10 AM(UTC)
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#8 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 11:29:06 AM(UTC)
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Do EAS get pay steps like a PS employee, or are they all pay for performance?


Let's use the correct term. Pay for lying.

Remember the Wells Fargo debacle? Same thing with EAS. Manipulate and lie about things to get your bonus.
Learn to discipline yourself, so someone else doesn't have to
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#9 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 4:57:35 PM(UTC)
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as a CCA/PSE when you make regular they cash our your leave, does the same thing happen when you go craft to EAS?

I spent about a half hour on google and couldn't find anything about it...just looking for answers...

I know EAS can carry a higher yearly total of AL, I want to say 660 instead of the craft 440


why would you believe going from career to career "they" cash out your leave???


when you go from non career to career you are removed from the rolls for a day so when you are not a postal employee so you must be given all that is do you.




not sure you are off the rolls for 'a day', as I went from non-career on a Friday to working 12 hours later as a career employee...that's why I asked...EAS is different from craft, yes, career to career, but non-career craft to career is more similar than craft to EAS, at least in my opinion...as a non-career I was doing the same work I was as a career, but what I do in craft is different than what I would do in EAS

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#10 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 5:03:33 PM(UTC)
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Plan and simple. Non career to career vs. career to career.
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#11 Posted : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 5:27:12 PM(UTC)
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, but non-career craft to career is more similar than craft to EAS, at least in my opinion...



with opinions like this you will fit right in management.

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