I am getting ready to file my first grievance as a steward for someone placed on EP. It was a seat belt issue for a carrier with no prior discipline. I desperately want to help this carrier to the best of my ability so any advice would be helpful. TIA
Was hired as an RCA from 1998-2010...no one retiring at that time. Left to further educate myself. Came back to USPS, again as an RCA, 2017-current. Holding on as an RCA as long as I can...it's all about the $$.
Well, folks - I have sure missed you during these past few years. The GOOD news is that I am finally "retired-ed". My back was shot after 33 years of driving a DJ. And no, I didn't get disability ret, I just left. Doctors said I had better, if I wanted to save what was left of my back. Looking forward to spending more time with y'all now, you are a great bunch of people!
by a PM in another office. I've been the RCA for approximately 2 years. The other office has a RCA who has been there approximately 12 years. For the past year, the PM has been asking that RCA to come train at this PO when I'm not available, which she has been refusing (she has never trained). RC is retiring at the end of the year, and she (RCA whose had 12 yrs) informed m
I am the owner of Amazon.com and soon to be owner of the USPS. When you become my employee you will know it because you will be issued an Amazon "Pee" jug to help in keeping your "work habits" efficient.