PIKE CARRIER ANNEX

1. 52-2003-MC77. Step B. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is rescinded (major due process errors.)

2. 52-2003-MC96. Step B. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is rescinded (major due process errors.)

3. 52-2003-MC99. Step B. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is rescinded (major due process errors.)

4. 52-2003-MC108. Informal A. Letter of Warning for driving with the vehicle door open and headphones on is reduced to 9 months.

5. 52-2003-MC109. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging manual inputs changing the time of delivery for express mail is reduced to 6 months in OPF.

6. 52-2003-MC110. Informal A. Letter of Warning for losing the scanner is reduced to 9 months in OPF.

7. 52-2003-MC106. Formal A. Letter of Warning for disobeying an instruction and clocking in 30 minutes early is reduced to 3 months in OPF.

8. 52-2003-MC88. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is reduced to a discussion (major due process errors.)

9. 52-2003-MC98. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is reduced to a discussion (major due process errors.)

10. 52-2003-MC89. Informal A. 7 DAY SUSPENSION alleging poor attendance is reduced to a discussion (major due process errors.)

11. 52-2003-MC86. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is reduced to a discussion (major due process errors.)

12. 52-2003-MC101. Informal A. 7 DAY SUSPENSION for unauthorized overtime is reduced to a Letter of Warning and further reduced to one year in OPF (Grievant did not call back.)

13. 52-2003-MC95. Formal A. Letter of Warning for going home and not submitting a 3971 after being informed that a 3999 was going to be done on the route is reduced to 6 months in OPF.

14. 52-2003-MC. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging Edit Book errors is reduced to a discussion.

15. 52-2003-MC97. Informal A. 7 DAY SUSPENSION alleging poor attendance is rescinded (major due process errors.)

16. 52-03-SM14. Formal A. Letter of Warning alleging that the Grievant was driving with the door open, seatbelt not on and headphones on is reduced to 10 months in OPF.

17. 52-2003-MC71. Step B. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is rescinded (major due process errors.)

18. 52-2003-MC100. Informal A. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is reduced to 5 months in OPF with stipulations.

19. 52-2003-MC59. Step B. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is rescinded (major due process errors.)

20. 52-2003-MC81. Step B. 7 DAY SUSPENSION alleging poor attendance is rescinded (major due process errors.)

21. 52-03-SM13. Step B. Letter of Warning for getting injured lifting a flat tub is reduced to 6 months in OPF.

22. 52-2003-MC85. Step B. Letter of Warning alleging poor attendance is rescinded (major due process errors.)

23. 52-2003-MC67. Step B. Letter of Warning alleging missed MSP scans is reduced to a discussion.

24. 52-03-KL21. Formal A. Letter of Warning alleging a failure to make a meeting at the District's Office is rescinded (they called and cancelled the meeting.)

25. 52-2003-MC87. ARBITRATION. Removal for not submitting medical documentation for an extended absence, thus, charging the Grievant AWOL is upheld.

26. 52-03-SM37. Step B. Grievance on inequitable distribution of overtime is denied.

27. 52-03-SM38. Step B. Grievance on inequitable distribution of overtime is denied.

28. 52-03-SM30. Step B. Management denied some Administrative Leave requests concerning the District Managers decision to grant 8 hours for making it to work during the great snowstorm of February 2003. Resolved; Those that submitted 3971's will be granted a day of Administrative Leave.

29. 52-2003-MC104. Step B. Grievant was charged two days of AWOL. Grievance denied.

30. 52-03-SM15. ARBITRATION. The Union was seeking an escalating remedy for untimely pay adjustments. Resolved; Grievance was denied because the Grievant did not bring to management's attention that he had not received his pay adjustment.

31. 52-2003-MC62. Step B. Management would not let the Grievant work and then charged her 80 hours of AWOL. Resolved; Management will pay Grievant 80 hours at her straight time rate and remove the AWOL from all records.

32. 52-2003-MC107 Formal A. The 1017-B entry (unauthorized overtime) is hereby deleted.

33. 52-03-SM39. Informal A. Grievant will be afforded 10 hours of additional overtime the next quarter that will not count against that quarters total.

34. 52-03-SM12. Virginia Step B team. Management will cease and desist using a modified clerk in the carrier craft.

35. 52-03-SM11. Capital Metro Step B team. Management did not violate the contract by using a modified clerk in the carrier craft.

36. 52-03-SM21. Informal A. Management will change the AWOL charge of 10 units to tardiness.

37. 52-03-SM24. Informal A. Management will change the AWOL charge of 11 units to tardiness.

38. 52-2003-MC60. Virginia Step B team. Management failed to process a pay adjustment in a timely manner. Resolved; Management will pay interest at the Federal Judgment Rate until the adjustment is completed and pay a lump-sum of $90.00 as an escalating remedy due to numerous prior settlements on this issue.

39. 52-2003-MC80. PRE-ARBITRATION. Grievant, a PTF, will be paid an additional 2.34 hours of penalty pay. Grievant had clocked out and was ordered to return to the building and work and was not provided her 4 hour guarantee.