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Flyhigh22 wrote:
Jun 23rd, 2018 5:06 pm
Anyone know if I would get the same pay if I switch from RLC to regular LC? I've been working as RLC for a year now, and I'm recently making $21.37/hr. Will there be a pay rise after a year? Thanks.
AFAIK, you'd go back to the minimum, which is $19.86.

Call HR to clarify.
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Flyhigh22 wrote:
Jun 23rd, 2018 5:06 pm
Anyone know if I would get the same pay if I switch from RLC to regular LC? I've been working as RLC for a year now, and I'm recently making $21.37/hr. Will there be a pay rise after a year? Thanks.
See page 387 of our CA: you are @ 1st year of service, so you will be getting $20.83 if change to regular LC ($0.54/hr less than RLC). Then on your 2nd anniversary date (after a full pay cycle), you will be getting $21.79. You gotta be careful changing between regular to RLC and/or vice versa, HR will conveniently decide to somehow change your anniversary date to their benefit, then give you a BS explanation so you would have to grieve it.
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Flyhigh22 wrote:
Jun 23rd, 2018 5:06 pm
Anyone know if I would get the same pay if I switch from RLC to regular LC? I've been working as RLC for a year now, and I'm recently making $21.37/hr. Will there be a pay rise after a year? Thanks.
Your anniversary date for a raise is the day you became an RLC/FT. If you ever decide to go back to owning a route your anniversary date will not change because RLC > LC is considered a demotion. However, two months in and you decide to bid into RLC again, that will be your new anniversary date because that’s a promotion going from LC > RLC.
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anyone know if there is a list of all current Postal transformations in Ontario? Or does anyone know of how many are currently transitioning?
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curious..has anyone seen world cup flags on the transits...
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And the mighty CUPW negotiated less money for said flyers. Yes some bosses are bullies and some employees are crap and deserve to be fired- these are CUPWs best buds.

How about negotiating a f**g contract and allow a democratic vote ffs!
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Quick question about overtime on Canada day July 2nd. Is it 1.5x pay or 2x?

Also, when the rate is 2x base for overtime, do i get 2 hours per 1 hour worked if i switch to compensation time?

Thanks!
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ttthai wrote:
Jun 28th, 2018 5:26 pm
Quick question about overtime on Canada day July 2nd. Is it 1.5x pay or 2x?

Also, when the rate is 2x base for overtime, do i get 2 hours per 1 hour worked if i switch to compensation time?

Thanks!

It is 2x OT (doubletime), and I assume that it must be 2x comp time also.
And then you also get paid holiday pay (8hr for fulltime, possibly less for temps/parttimers)
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Terms can take time off any time they want, even during assignment?
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explorer11 wrote:
Jun 29th, 2018 1:57 pm
can you switch for comp time on ess
Yep.

Time Management > Compensatory Leave Tool
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fishscale4sale wrote:
Jun 28th, 2018 6:07 pm
It is 2x OT (doubletime), and I assume that it must be 2x comp time also.
And then you also get paid holiday pay (8hr for fulltime, possibly less for temps/parttimers)
What are you guys talking about? Monday, July 2 is a stat holiday (since Canada Day falls on a Sunday). Am I misunderstanding something here?

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