X day on the 3rd?

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My K day is Saturday thus my holiday is Friday. I have leave next week through Wednesday.
I am owed an X day due to working last Saturday. PM has this X day scheduled for this Friday, my holiday.
It just seems off. 🤔
 

stillfirstclass

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My K day is Saturday thus my holiday is Friday. I have leave next week through Wednesday.
I am owed an X day due to working last Saturday. PM has this X day scheduled for this Friday, my holiday.
It just seems off. 🤔
fri is your holiday.. if you work code V.. if you don't work code H
 

gotstamps

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My K day is Saturday thus my holiday is Friday. I have leave next week through Wednesday.
I am owed an X day due to working last Saturday. PM has this X day scheduled for this Friday, my holiday.
It just seems off. 🤔
You’re still off regardless of how it’s noted. Put an “H“ on your 4240 under Regular Carrier hours for that day.
 

Twingrlie

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We have a carrier getting an X day because he was asked to work his Holiday. He suckered management into giving him one because he’s a new supervisor lol.
 

Deer smearer

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We have a carrier getting an X day because he was asked to work his Holiday. He suckered management into giving him one because he’s a new supervisor lol.
So how will you defend the letter of demand or other carriers' disparate treatment grievances if they don't get X days?
 

Twingrlie

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So how will you defend the letter of demand or other carriers' disparate treatment grievances if they don't get X days?
I already let management know he does not have the right to an X day. If they chose to honor it, that’s on the supervisor. If anyone files a grievance on it, guess what, they’ll be getting X days too.
 
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