Mine is normal.
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Mar 18th, 2018 9:03 pm
Mar 18th, 2018 9:03 pm
To place an order it goes by the measurements you enter but when you go to "check out" or finalize your order you can change the sizes to whatever you want.
Mar 19th, 2018 12:22 am
Thanks. Also, for each size (small, medium, etc) what do the letters in front mean ( ex. R-M, T-M)?
Mar 19th, 2018 12:39 am
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Mar 19th, 2018 7:32 am
i agree that you should fight to make this better. However if they increase the wage to another $1 it should again be to every member of the union not just the newbie.CanadaProud wrote: ↑Mar 18th, 2018 1:43 pmI do see a valid point in what you are saying but remember just because a person accepts a job at the given rate does not mean that they can't fight for a difference....in our situation we do that through the union...if Canada Post was a private entity we could go up to the Boss and say "I am not happy with the pay for the work I am doing I would like a raise" We can't do that in a Union environment..we are bound by a contract which is now up for negotiation. I would love to be able to go in and give my reason I think I deserve a raise...that won't happen. Yes I agreed to the current rate when hired but I was also factoring in a possible raise for temps come contract time....if no raise you could see an already HUGE turnover rate become a disaster for Canada Post...I mean Temps do a lot of crap work for what is not going to be much over minimum wage in the near future.
Mar 19th, 2018 8:05 am
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Mar 19th, 2018 8:47 pm
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Mar 19th, 2018 9:31 pm
I found this.Postie2 wrote: ↑Mar 19th, 2018 8:47 pmNo one can say how long it will take to get transferred. It will depend on where you want to go and the size of the depot.
You need to fill out a transfer form.
If you do get an offer for a transfer you will have one working day to answer yay or nay.
If you do not reply it will be considered a no.
The collective agreement does not say how long you have to get to your new installation only that they can fill the assignment with a temp till you get there. That is something to talk to with the staffing person when you do get a offer.
Look at art13:15.
Mar 19th, 2018 9:56 pm
I have to agree with you here- 'I worked a few different positions. All of them I found terribly boring because there is no end, just a punch clock.'pike18 wrote: ↑Mar 14th, 2018 12:05 amWhen I was in the plant for a few months, I worked a few different positions. All of them I found terribly boring because there is no end, just a punch clock.
I mainly worked on the dock, which was probably the best because you were able to do some different jobs sorting parcels/unloading. Downside to the dock is that it’s pretty physical and requires a lot of heavy lifting. Working in finals was like sorting a route that never ends. Working in mech requires keeping a pace and bending over to unload LFTs a lot.
I would’ve taken a pay cut to get back as an LC. Even though it’s physically demanding, I think it’s the best job within our union.
Mar 19th, 2018 10:40 pm
condition changes man. 20 years ago,i u get paid $26 equals $80 dollars now. house in GTA is triple.Can you tolerate, you get paid $19 ,when 20 years later min wage increases to $29?. at that time,a cup of coffee cost $5 dollars. you spend time for this company and when you are old,they throw you away,when you can not find a another job?explorer11 wrote: ↑Mar 17th, 2018 10:27 pmSo how about this.
if i owned a landscape business and i need 2 more people. I already have a staff of 5 earning about $26 an hour. so i hired 2 more people and i tell them they are going to earn $19 per hour and they accepted the job. Do a couple weeks go by and now they approach me and tell me they want to $26 like my original employee. what would you do as a business owner. those employees at accepted an $19 rate so why pay them for something agreed upon. At any point they could have said no $19 is not acceptable i need more but they accepted the job at $19 not $26.
people are focused at obtaining the job first and then argue what was negotiated at he beginning.
New employee for Canada post know the rate is $19 if they have a problem with it then dont apply.
What being said i would have left a long time ago working for $19. The rate i feel should be increases at a faster rate than 7 years but those were the conditions which are set upon new hires
Just my 2 cents. I owned at business before and i hired my people for it. a lot of people will agree to juts about anything just to get their foot in the door and then start with pay increases or i cant work weekends or i cant work evenings when at the interview it was all stated you will need to work those hours at that rate
Mar 20th, 2018 10:03 am
Mar 20th, 2018 11:30 am
again i agreefirefireman wrote: ↑Mar 19th, 2018 10:40 pmcondition changes man. 20 years ago,i u get paid $26 equals $80 dollars now. house in GTA is triple.Can you tolerate, you get paid $19 ,when 20 years later min wage increases to $29?. at that time,a cup of coffee cost $5 dollars. you spend time for this company and when you are old,they throw you away,when you can not find a another job?