LWOP is different from AWOL (absent without leave), which is a nonpay ... is not
approved unless specifically provided for in postal policy or regulations. ... for
active military service or while absent due to an illness or injury approved by
The Postal Service policy is to administer the leave program on an equitable
basis for all ... Discuss attendance records with individual employees when.
(See 515 for information about FMLA entitlement to be absent from work.) ... If
they serve in another capacity (e.g., flexible employees) in the Post Office, that ...
in accordance with normal leave policies and collective bargaining agreements.
The American Postal Workers Union (APWU) and the United States Postal ... A. In
general, the Act entitles eligible employees to be absent for up to 12 ... or sick
leave than that which is already provided to Postal Service employees. ... Leave
taken to care for anyone else would require approval under normal leave policies
Oct 27, 2005 ... Postal Sick Leave -A Web site connecting U.S. Postal employees to postal ...
deals a major blow to the Postal Service's attendance terror policy, ...
The Postal Service's sick leave absence rate (absenteeism) was 4.3 percent in
2008. ..... You may find the most current ELM at Postal Service Policy net. May 07
Eligible U.S. Postal Service employees are entitled to a maximum 12 weeks of
family medical leave, but they are not paid for this period of absence. According
We are in no way affiliated with the U.S. Postal Service ... We provide an online
source for postal employees to use for unscheduled absences. We are not ...
Mar 26, 2003 ... Postal Workers -A Web site connecting U.S. Postal employees to postal ...
Otherwise, you may take leave without pay (LWOP). ... It is the policy of the Postal
Service to request supporting documentation prior to authorizing pay for
absences. ... In this case, a military absence of 30 days or less, the employee ...
Postal Attendance - A Web site connecting U.S. Postal employees to postal news
and ... New Call-in Number to Request Unscheduled Leave (3/14/04) ... to
comply with Postal Service policies and procedures regarding unscheduled