All employees of the additional work unit are unconventional employees and are classified as follows: As explained in Chapter 3, two interim processes of the alternate route were negotiated with the NALC due to the dramatic drop in mail volume. As part of the revised agreement, all line evaluation and adjustment decisions were made jointly by NALC teams and postal representatives after verification of selected data and data provided by the regular carrier. These processes have eliminated 10,119 urban transportation routes, and if route adjustments are added outside of this process, about 11,000 urban roads have been eliminated this year. With the exception of the employment contracts of employees of the collective agreements or emergency unit, set by the general manager (or agent), workers may not be required to work more than 12 hours per day of service. In addition, total hours of daily service, including hours of work, overtime and scheduled meals, cannot be extended for more than 12 consecutive hours. Postmasters and exempt employees are exempt from these provisions. A full-time postmaster must work a 40-hour week. Normally, this regular work plan is set at 8 hours a day and 5 days a week, Monday to Friday. If an unassed Postmaster must work on the sixth day because no relief is possible, a bonus salary of 150 percent of the postman`s base salary is paid for that period.
Equivalent leave from work is not allowed to avoid paying this bonus. Thus, either the non-negotiation reprogramming premium or, if necessary, the improvement of overtime overtime from the post office or FLSA are paid. The basic work week for full-time employees is defined in existing employment contracts. Postmasters and exempt employees are assigned if necessary. Otherwise, the basic full-time work week consists of 5 8-hour days scheduled regularly in a week of service. Tags: contract, CBA, guaranteed time collective agreement is the paid time that is not worked according to the guaranteed provisions of collective agreements for periods during which a worker was dismissed by supervision and was stamped before the end of a guaranteed period. For example, most full-time workers in collective agreement units receive 8 hours of work (or pay) when they are called to their unscheduled work day. When such an employee works 6 hours and is then asked by the supervisor to point the buffer for lack of work, the remaining 2 hours of the 8-hour guarantee guaranteed by the employee are counted as guaranteed time.
It is not possible for an employee to save guaranteed time while on the clock. Casual workers are insured in RS-E, regardless of the tariff unit they complete. Figure 432.62 shows, according to the rate plan and staff classifications, persons who are not TS who are entitled to compensation for a guaranteed term. TEs are guaranteed time in accordance with their union`s collective agreement. If an employee is authorized for more than a guaranteed time, the guarantee applies to as many hours as possible. For example, if an employee is entitled to 2 or 4 hours of guaranteed pay, the 4-hour guarantee is valid. Employees are not entitled to guaranteed time while temporarily assigned to non-contract positions.