Reclassification of Postal Salaries: Hearings, Seventy-ninth Congress, First Session, on S. 908, H.R. 3035, Bills to Reclassify the Salaries of Postmasters, Officers, and Employees of the Postal Service; to Establish Uniform Procedures for Computing Compensation, and for Other Purposes. June 8, 12-13, 1945
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945 - 173 lappuses
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100. lappuse - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee. I appreciate very much the opportunity to appear before you today in support of the replacement of locks and dam 26.
18. lappuse - Service and clerks in first and second class post offices shall be required to work not more than eight hours a day : Provided, That the eight hours of service shall not extend over a longer period than ten consecutive hours, and the schedules of duty of the employees shall be regulated accordingly.
25. lappuse - ... of said month, both days inclusive; and any person entering said service during the month of February and serving until the end thereof shall be entitled to one month's pay, less as many thirtieths thereof as there were days elapsed prior to date of entry. For each day's Kinauthorized absence on the thirty-first day of any calendar month one day's pay shall be forfeited.
9. lappuse - 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.
18. lappuse - That the Postmaster General may, if the exigencies of the service require it, authorize the payment of overtime in lieu of compensatory time for service on Sundays and holidays.
3. lappuse - ... rate of pay. For the purpose of computing such compensation and for computing time for services rendered during a fractional part of a month in connection with annual or monthly compensation, each and every month shall be held to consist of thirty days, without regard to the actual number of days in any calendar month, thus excluding the thirty-first of any calendar month from the computation and treating February as if it actually had thirty days.
1. lappuse - An Act to reclassify the salaries of postmasters, officers, and employees of the Postal Service; to establish uniform procedures for computing compensation; and for other purposes", approved July 6, 1945 (USC, 1946 edition, title 39, sec.
40. lappuse - That the service of railway postal clerks assigned to road duty shall be based on an average of not exceeding eight hours daily for...
159. lappuse - Any officer or employee to whom this subchapter applies who is assigned to a regularly scheduled tour of duty, any part of which, including overtime, falls between the hours of 6 o'clock postmeridian and 6 o'clock antemeridian, shall, for duty between such hours, excluding periods when he is in a leave status, be paid compensation at a rate 10 per centum in excess of his rate of basic compensation for duty between other hours...
3. lappuse - ... the thirtieth day of said month, both days inclusive; and any person entering said service during the month of February and serving until the end thereof shall be entitled to one month's pay less as many thirtieths thereof as there were days elapsed prior to date of entry: Provided, That for one day's unauthorized absence on the thirty-first day of any calendar month one day's pay shall be forfeited.