REQUIRING REGULAR CARRIERS TO WORK OTHER ROUTES AND REQUIRING RCAS TO WORK MORE THAN 12 HOURS IN A DAY

The following is a statement of NRLCA’s position on three very important issues:

 

  1. The safety of rural carriers and the public.
  2. Requiring or allowing regular carriers to work on other routes and/or on Sundays.
  3. Requiring Leave Replacements to work more than 12 hours in one day.
POSITION OF NRLCA NATIONAL BOARD-working over 12 hours-30.1.p


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Just open the OT back up! My station has 2-5 open routes a day and RCAs just keep quitting because they are over worked and underpaid

If a post master told me I had to go help out on another route as a regular I would just laugh and head home. That’s ridiculous.

What happens if you get in an accident on someone else’s route??🤷🏼‍♂️

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