Of course I did it on purpose lol
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mikebc wrote: ↑As far as I know, you can go on a long term leave of absence (unpaid) for up to 5 years and retain your seniority. You can look into pay averaging but I don't know if you need a medical or educational reason. As for jobs, I understand its treated as don't ask don't tell. The manager can request your resignation if you are found testing out another job, but most terms and road runners work 2 jobs so there's wiggle room. Just don't bring it up IMO.
I believe out of province moves give you some extra (paid or unpaid IDK) time off. You could try and float your holidays into your moving date. I don't know if you can buy back your pensionable hours - you used to but they've been closing loopholes lately.
Thanks for the replies. I have my shop steward looking into it for me.sunvv wrote: ↑ During the approved leave, you may accept employment outside the Corporation provided such employment:
is not with any third party, subsidiary or affiliated company; and,
meets CPC Conflict of Interest guidelines or of any subsidiary or affiliated company. Such outside employment must not be with a competitor.
yes, you can take another job outside when you are on leave as long as you're not working for a competitor. check the additional information in the following link
https://extranet.canadapost.ca/html/bra ... ng-e.shtml
Feb 7th, 2019 7:18 am
Seems like the yin to the yang of "changing groups resets your year" language. Doubt it will affect many but if you have the opportunity to flip-flop between groups you might be able to get to top rate pretty quick.
Feb 7th, 2019 8:21 am
You can apply for a emergency paid leave due to childcare emergency type of stuff, but wording leads me to believe it should only occur once maximum. Also you can use comp time.
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I was made full time last year.
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We have a few supervisors who will 100% pull some dumb shit if they think im wearing the wrong shoe. The new buzz word is 'snowflake rated' which has me a little worried. TBH though, I'll just take the day with no pay and say **** it.mikebc wrote: ↑ I've never heard of a specific requirement. I wore my goretex hiking boots on Monday, waterproof trail runners on Tuesday and I've been back in my running shoes the past 2 days.
Supervisors just don't understand that tread really does not matter in the snow. If there's ice underneath, you're going down regardless of shoe type. Just walk like a penguin and shuffle (or better yet, just skip it), that's the only way to avoid falling. Ours were warning us that if they see us walking in snow without cleats that we may get disciplined, to which the resounding reply was "who the **** would wear cleats in fresh snow?". Clueless.
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Yesterday was a shit show. They had us sort all our mail in from Wednesday after volume counters were finished. There were ZERO expectations yesterday. I didn’t finish tying out until almost noon.
Feb 8th, 2019 8:38 am
Yeah, they sort of didn't give us that talk at all. The 5 or 6 casuals who were brought in worked hard. I barely got all of the mail for the blue section out, along with all of the scannables. Also, not sure if the regular carrier sorted (I don't think so), but I was given 4 trays and they partially contained 3 different bundles for the same stop, and on top of that, NM. I basically sorted the bundles together in my van just to put some sanity into the walk without having to worry about 3+1 bundles and a ton of ice on everyone's driveways.pike18 wrote: ↑ Yesterday was a shit show. They had us sort all our mail in from Wednesday after volume counters were finished. There were ZERO expectations yesterday. I didn’t finish tying out until almost noon.
I assume you didn’t get the speech from the superintendent to only make an attempt because it was worse than Wednesday in terms of safety. They relied on casuals such as yourself to just want to finish and work hard.
I literally on delivered my scanables and brought back 1100 POC of lettermail. It wasn’t safe to deliver foot routes yesterday.
Feb 8th, 2019 9:30 am