With my luck they'll figure I was overpaid and start collecting from my already meager wages.
Sometimes I really hate this company...
Mar 3rd, 2020 3:30 pm
Mar 3rd, 2020 5:11 pm
I wouldn't worry. Sometimes it takes a while. Once you get tired of waiting, which might be now, give them a call to find out the situation.maxiom wrote: ↑ Hi everybody
Very interesting forum.
I applied two weeks ago to be a mail carrier in Montreal. Quick answer from the HR the day after. Interview went well and they took my fingerprints with electronic device. Then i had my physical test on ferbruary the 25. No news since.
As the process been quick at first, i am now worry that something went wrong. Is there somebody here from Montreal who had the same experience ?
Mar 3rd, 2020 5:25 pm
Basically if you were ever paid $20.40 for being relief you'll come out ahead. They'll retro pay you for the ~$.40/hr for your time as an RLC (that's how I understand it).
Mar 3rd, 2020 6:06 pm
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Mar 3rd, 2020 6:42 pm
Nice right? Depending on how long the arbitrator makes the contract, we could already be without the next one......lol.... you can't make this stuff up.....lol
Mar 3rd, 2020 6:50 pm
Can the arbitrator decide on any length? If so, I hope they lock in one that’s a reasonable length before the next election.
Mar 3rd, 2020 6:52 pm
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Mar 3rd, 2020 9:01 pm
You sound like a Trump supporter.ashbridge12 wrote: ↑ Ok. I'm officially throwing in the towel. Everybody seems committed to apocalyptic scenarios.
Be terrified. It's terrifying! Maybe being terrified will help you collate flyers faster tomorrow?
I honestly don't mean to trivialize. If anyone does need to legitimately worry, it's people in under-developed countries. Canada's health infrastructure is more than up to the task, especially post-SARS.
Mar 3rd, 2020 9:25 pm
I won an RLC position after one month of becoming permanent. I was paid $20.40, which according to the CUPW info is the correct minimum pay rate for RLC, which is what you are paid during your first year as permanent.mikebc wrote: ↑ Basically if you were ever paid $20.40 for being relief you'll come out ahead. They'll retro pay you for the ~$.40/hr for your time as an RLC (that's how I understand it).
Someone in my station falls into the gap for backpay since 2014. I don't think they know their number yet but it should be big.
Mar 3rd, 2020 9:40 pm
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Mar 3rd, 2020 9:52 pm
Yeah, I was RLC for nearly two years, then went on LWOP and came back as P/T PO4. They set my pay back to first year LC and I argued that I should be starting at 2nd year rate. They agreed and paid me the extra. It's really difficult to keep track of...never go on LWOP and then change classifications if you can avoid it!Pjtipps wrote: ↑ That's deemed as a promotion and you should have been bumped to a year 1 RLC pay rate.
If you're still relief and don't own a position you could be in for a sizeable pay adjustment. If you only stayed relief for a few months then you will only get a small adjustment cheque.Good luck. Keep in mind this will go backwards also. If you switch from relief to owner you drop 1 year on the pay grid and if Canada Post didn't change you're pay when you switched, then you're going to owe CP some overpayment $$$.
I got screwed by CP in the summer for this exact issue
I only owed $1K .Goodluck
Mar 3rd, 2020 10:16 pm
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Mar 4th, 2020 8:44 am
More like Canada post to catch up, But they are basing it on inside workers wages. As everyone knows carriers are not fairly represented.