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(en) Poland, zsp.net.pl: Another trial by Rafal Czerski against the Polish Post

Date Wed, 12 Jun 2019 06:11:48 +0300

On 30 May, in front of the District Court in Warsaw, another meeting was held in the trial of Rafal Czerski against Poczta Polska. Rafal was dismissed by Poczta Polska for his involvement in the postmen's protests, including demonstration from April 2017 in which about 2 thousand participants took part postmen. Rafal demands compensation for unjustified dismissal and payment of remuneration for free overtime worked. ---- During the previous meeting, in November 2018, the practices used at the post office in Wolomin came to light. From the testimonies of the postmen it appeared that each of them had to pay PLN 40 a month from one of their own employees to sort the list. Not paying this amount meant that the postman had to sort himself, which in practice prevented all tasks from being completed within 8 hours of work. After our publication, the post office in Wolomin created an additional post for a person whose duty is to sort letters for postmen.

During the next hearing, new shortcomings in the organization of work emerged. As the head of the post and controller showed, no one really checked the real time worked by postmen. Time mechanics were simply copied to mechanically scheduled times. When asked about the working time of postmen, the head said that the areas are designated for an eight-hour work, so real work in the area is 8 hours. The head of post in Wolomin during her testimony behaved provocatively towards Rafal and pretended that she did not understand the difference between the work schedule and the work time record.

Of course, the work plans did not take into account the longer working time of postmen transferred to areas they do not know or to more extensive areas (eg car-operated cycling). To perform their work in a timely manner, postmen had to work overtime, which was not paid. From the witnesses' testimony, it also appeared that the correspondence was not always ready when the postmen were to leave the area, which also made it impossible to do the work in 8 hours.

The next hearing will take place on December 10, 2019.

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