National-level Award – Das – Remedy for PMEOD Violation

The Postal Service is directed to pay a total of $20.5 million in back pay to be distributed: (1) to affected bargaining unit employees as determined by the Union; or if that option is declined by the Union (2) to clerks who worked in offices where the PMEOD function was enabled based on the relative number of days they worked during the period that function was enabled. I retain jurisdiction for 60 days over any issues relating to implementation of this remedy that the parties are unable to resolve.

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The Postal Service is directed to pay a total of $20.5 million in back pay to be distributed: (1) to affected bargaining unit employees as determined by the Union; or if that option is declined by the Union (2) to clerks who worked in offices where the PMEOD function was enabled based on the relative number of days they worked during the period that function was enabled. I retain jurisdiction for 60 days over any issues relating to implementation of this remedy that the parties are unable to resolve.

Document Type:  Award

GATS Number:  16050516

Craft:  Clerk

Arbitrator Name: Shyam Das

Tags: 1.6 Global Settlement , 1.6 Global Settlement Remedy Agreement , Global Settlement

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