After discussion with USPS HQ, the attached Memorandum of Agreement from May 2000 will be applied to the National Day of Observance tomorrow (December 5, 2018).
Regular carriers who are normally scheduled and are directed to work tomorrow are limited to working ONLY on their assigned route. They will be paid the evaluation of the route and will receive the Administrative Day of Leave to be used in the next 6 months as per the MOU.
If a regular carrier is directed to work their relief day tomorrow, they will still be limited to working on ONLY their own route. They will receive DACA Code 3 or 5, as contractually appropriate, in addition to the Administrative Day to be used in the future.
PTF Rural Carriers who work tomorrow will receive compensation for the hours worked in addition to the Administrative Day (8 hours) to be used in the future.
Click here to view the Clarification of Regulations for National Day of Observance MOU document.
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So I as a regular have Wednesday as my relief day. I worked on Dec 5th for 5 hours. Was I supposed to receive the evaluated hours or only the hours I worked?
Sue you would get the evaluation