Classification and Compensation of Substitutive Employees in the Postal Serivce. Hearings..on H.R. 2836, H.R. 1373, H.R. 2715, H.R. 1285, H.R. 843...June 8, 1943. (78-1).

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Page 1 - REPRESENTATIVES, COMMITTEE ON THE POST OFFICE AND POST ROADS, Washington, DC The committee this day met at 10 am, Hon. Thomas G. Burch (chairman), presiding, for consideration of HR 2836, by Mr.
Page 38 - Upon appointment to a regular position in the Postal Service an employee shall receive credit for actual service performed as a substitute, including time served as a special-delivery messenger, on the basis of one year for each unit of...
Page 12 - Again, I want to thank you gentlemen for the privilege of appearing before you and of explaining our problems that relate to this measure. We shall be glad to answer any questions you may have concerning the points we have outlined or anything about our industry which provides wholesome, family-type recreation for so many people.
Page 38 - Department for military duty, the periods or terms of such service immediately preceding entry into the military service as well as the time engaged in military service shall be construed as allowable service and pro rata credit shall be given for the time engaged in military service for each year of such service.
Page 3 - Service shall be promoted successively after one year's satisfactory service in each grade to the next higher grade until they reach the fifth grade.
Page 3 - Grade 1 shall include such employees who have rendered less than one year of service; grade 2 shall include such employees who have rendered more than one year and less than two years of service; and grade 3 shall include such employees who have rendered more than two years of service and less than three years of service. Such employees who have rendered service in excess of three years shall be appointed to the position of regular postoffice clerk and regular city letter carrier, respectively.
Page 2 - Service shall be designated junior laborers and be classified into three grades with compensation as follows: First grade, salary, $1,400; second grade, salary, $1,500; third grade, salary, $1,600. Grade 1 shall include such employees who have rendered less than one year of service, grade 2 shall include such employees who have rendered more than one year and less than two years of service, and grade 3 shall include such employees who have rendered more than two years of service and less than three...
Page 16 - Chairman and gentlemen of the committee, my name is John J. Barrett, president of the United National Association of Post Office Clerks, the oldest of all postal-employee organizations.
Page 3 - Employees in the Postal Service shall be granted fifteen days' leave of absence with pay, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, each fiscal year, and sick leave with pay at the rate of ten days a year, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, to be cumulative, but no sick leave with pay in excess of six months shall be granted during any one fiscal year.
Page 2 - ... letter carriers in first- and second-class post offices, and substitute laborers in the Postal Service and Railway Mail Service, and for other purposes Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That effective July 1...

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