USPS To Involuntarily Reassign Mail Handlers In California Within a 900 Mile Radius
 

PostalReporter.com received from the following information: The Postal Service has notified Omar Gonzalez, APWU Western Regional Coordinator of their intent to involuntarily reassign 14 employees from the Mail Handler craft due to reduction in workload.

 

Alhambra

This is to advise you of the intent of the Santa Ana Area District to utilize the provisions of Article 12,6.C.5 of the National Agreement to involuntarily reassign twelve (1 full-time mail handlers from the craft and/or installation at the Alhambra lndustry bid installation (Event 40138). The basis for this event is a staffing & scheduling review based on BPI efficiency improvements.

The impacted employees will be notified of their involuntary reassignments by separate letter.

By copy of this notice, authorization is being given to withhold twelve (12) full-time residual assignments in the mail handler and custodial crafts in post offices and plants within a radius of 900 miles of the Alhambra lndustry bid cluster for placement of the impacted mail handlers.

 

Long Beach

This is to advise you of the intent of the Santa Ana Area District to utilize the provisions of 12.6.C.5 of the National Agreement to involuntarily reassign two full-time two regular mail handlers from the craft and/or installation at Long Beach bid cluster (Event 40115). The basis for this event is a staffing & scheduling review based on BPI efficiency improvements.

The impacted employees will be notified of their involuntary reassignments by separate letter.

By copy of this notice, authorization is being given to withhold two (2) full-time and two (2) part-time regular residual assignments in the mail handler and custodial crafts in post offices and plants within a radius of 900 miles of the Long Beach bid cluster.

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