In the Post Office, can a limited duty carrier for 18 years be returned to full duty with seniority?

A city carrier in my office worked for three years and then spent 15 years on limited duty after an on the job injury. He was than reassessed as a clerk for two years. He is now going to be returned to full duty on the city carrier side after a "miracle" recovery. Does this seem correct? My union says it can't be fought.

Asked By: Kankles - 1/31/2011
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It's absolutely correct. Management forced him to become a clerk. That means he lost whatever bid he had, and that can't be retrieved. Why should he lose his seniority... More
Answered By: curtisports2 - 2/2/2011
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Yes. He does not lose seniority. So when he is "fit for duty" he returns to regular duty in his original craft. I think he will be an unassigned regular, if I remember right. I have been retired a few years. Ask your stewart, or call your district rep.
Answered By: POPS1 - 1/31/2011
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