Do I have to sign the mail count papers?

The 4241 contains two (2) signature blocks for the regular carrier to sign. One block pertains to the certification of the mail count totals. REMEMBER, the carrier should not sign this block if he/she disagrees with the count totals. The second block is signed if the regular carrier is eligible to elect the higher route classification. By signing the rural carrier agrees to use sufficient annual leave during the guarantee period to assure that the total actual work hours will not exceed 2080 during the guarantee period. Failure to sign will result in the route being classified in the low option or result in the route being adjusted to a lower classification.   Click here for more

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