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Investigating Grievances re Article 1.6.B. Under the 2010 CBA

In order to enforce the Global Settlement of violations of Article 1.6.B. of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the following information is essential:

  • A list of all offices, by level, as of Nov. 21, 2010.

  • The number of employees by Designated/Activity code for each office.

This information has been requested at the national level and provided by the USPS. Click here to view a map [PDF], select the appropriate state, and scroll down to find relevant data for the office your are interested in.

To investigate possible grievances for each post office, locals must obtain:

Office Opening Time [Mon-Fri and Sat]
Starting Times for the Postmaster / Clerks /Carriers
Truck Arrival Time [Mon-Fri and Sat]
Letter Carrier or Rural Carrier Departure Time
Wall Box Clearance Time
Window Hours [Mon-Fri and Sat]
Letter Carrier or Rural Carrier Return Time
Postmaster and Clerk Departure Times
Final Dispatch [Mon-Fri and Sat]
Office Closing Time [Mon-Fri and Sat]
Mail Volumes

Bulk Mail Acceptance Accounts and Daily Average Volume
Express Mail Daily Average Volume
Most Recent CSAW, SOV, and/or Function 4 Reports for Office
Matrixes (PS Form 1994) for Office
WOS Transaction and Visit Counts [PDF] (for the last 3 months)
Any Light/Limited Duty or Rehabilitation Assignments (including      documentation and clock rings/time cards)
Custodial Contract
Postmaster’s Documentation Showing Bargaining Unit Work Performed (last      3 months)*

“In accordance with the M-32, postmasters or supervisors performing bargaining unit work will record what operation they are performing either by time clock, PS Form 1260 [PDF] or other appropriate means. A copy of such documentation shall be made available to the Union upon request.” [Global Settlement, Article 1.6.B.]

Time Cards/Clock Rings for Clerks (last 3 months)*
X-Craft and Loaner Clerk Work Hour Reports and Documentation (last 3      months)*

*If maximization is an issue, locals should request records for at least six months.

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