He now serves as the vice-president of the Toledo International Centre for Peace and has served as a peace negotiator for many international conflicts, most recently between the Colombian government and FARC. He is a regular contributor to Project Syndicate. His most recent book is Why America Failed:
You are not currently logged in. There are seven steps that have to be taken before the job is given to a PSE. One of the most prevalent has been that Unassigned Regulars have to be assigned these jobs first. As most know, due to abolishment's there has been plenty of UAR to assign.
However, now those UAR's eligible have all been assigned so barring future abolishments, management should start converting PSE's to career positions. However, a common misconception is that management must convert PSE's after a certain amount of time.
Unfortunately, this isn't true right now.
The last contract had a provision that all PSE's with over two years of service would become career. I know this basic premise was brought forward at our last National Convention.
Let's also hope that management doesn't go through more unwarranted abolishment's that will delay this process more. She was amazed how many people put in for transfers here thereby delaying the conversion process. Each person putting in for a transfer has to be considered in order if the person above them doesn't want or doesn't get the transfer, the opportunity falls to the next person.
Obviously, with Colorado being a desirable location, a lot of people have put in for this, the time involved can be too long. Barber offered us her assistance in writing up a trial program in shortening this process. We have touched base with management on a beginning level and are going to advance it through the proper "chain of command".
Either way, this Vacancy Report is cancelled and all bids should be on the next Vacancy Report.
If you don't see a bid job that was posted but isn't now, please contact your steward or officer immediately. The next Vacancy Report will be out on October 25th. Regarding the payroll issue you contacted me about this morning, nearly 90, individuals, all APWU bargaining unit employees, are anticipated to be impacted by a payroll error this week.
The individuals will fall into three categories: Those affected individuals will be provided the option to receive a salary advance at their local office. With the recent changes to the USPS payroll software a significant issue has been identified.
Career employees are not being paid overtime. We are aware of it at headquarters and have already been in contact with the Postal Service. They are working on it and trying to identify the problem. As we get more information we will update you.
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