Carl Hentzelt

for Grievance Officer

Change We Need

Change We Can Believe In

Meet the Candidate:

  • With Canada Post 4½ years
  • Though new, active in the union for the last 2 years
  • Demonstrated ability to learn quickly and retain information in multiple different work areas
  • Shop Steward – have represented both Letter Carriers and RSMCs
  • Barchart Volunteer
  • Active on 4 CUPW committees
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    Why I am running:

    I have been pushed around and seen others bullied too… it bothers me. I want to help my sisters and brothers; I want to make a difference. I have the skills, focus, and dedication to do the job, so I think this is a great way to serve. I am motivated and have a strong desire to make change. Given a chance, I will be a great advocate for the membership.

  • What I will bring to the office:

    This office needs to have accountability. Once elected, I will bring dedication and follow-through to the office. I will contact members promptly with any questions about their grievance, follow up with management until there is a resolution, and update the member. It is important for members to know the results of their grievances, and that is how I would show my accountability to the membership.

  • Relevant Experiences:

    • Personal Experience dealing with Bully Bosses
    • Participated in multiple union/ management meetings (barchart consultation, on-boarding discussion, route measurement meetings, etc)
      • Have excercised my right to refuse unsafe work (Art. 33.13) and been disciplined for it
      • Related Work Skills:

        • Organization/Time Management – I’m experienced at having many tasks to do, meeting deadlines, scheduling and running meetings, and keeping my work organized and prioritized
        • Computer Skills – I am very skilled in Microsoft Office and other programs, allowing me to solve problems and be efficient
        • Detail Oriented – I pay attention to detail, I will research where needed and like to be thoroughly prepared and know the rules
        • Ability To Learn – I will take time to learn the RSMC contract and about inside workers rights, I am adaptable and will give full attention to learning everything I need to represent the membership thoroughly
        • Endorsements:

          Warren Melnyk, Shop Steward, Regional Route Verification rep:

          I believe Carl makes a good nominee, with his experience in Shop Steward duties, Health & Safety and Route Measurement, he would be an asset as a full time Grievance Officer.”

        • Chriss Berger, Chief Steward, Wickets and Affiliates:

          He has my vote for sure, he is dedicated and focused.”

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE MEETING

Wednesday April 11, 2018 7:00 pm -9:00 pm
Meeting to be held at our local office 18121-107 Avenue
Agenda:
I stand with Jessica and Hanna campaign Update in Pride, ribbons and parade Asian Heritage Month
National Aboriginal Day
Murdered and Missing Women and Girls Future meeting dates
Any other Human Rights issues
The HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE is an open committee, everyone is welcome