Va Form 10 0137 PDF Details

Va form 10 0137 is an information gathering tool used to determine the veteran's eligibility for benefits. The form requires detailed information about the nature and severity of the veteran's service-connected disability. Completing va form 10 0137 can be a complex process, so it is important to seek assistance from a qualified representative if necessary. Eligibility for many benefits depends on the results of this form, so it is crucial that it is filled out accurately.

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Form NameVa Form 10 0137
Form Length6 pages
Fillable?No
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Avg. time to fill out1 min 30 sec
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Date Received at Step B (MM/DD/YYYY)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

USPS-NALC Joint Step A Grievance Form

INFORMAL STEP A — NALC Shop Steward Completes This Section (See instructions on page 2.)

 

 

1.

Grievant’s Name (Last, first, middle initial)

 

 

 

 

2.

Grievant’s Telephone No. (Include area code)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.

Seniority Date (MM/DD/YYYY)

4 Status (Check one)

 

 

 

5.

Grievant’s Employee Identification Number (EIN)

 

 

 

FT FTF

PTR

PTF CCA

 

 

 

 

 

6.

District, Installation, Work Unit, ZIP Code®

 

 

 

 

7.

Finance No.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.

NALC Branch No.

9. NALC Grievance No.

 

10. Incident Date (MM/DD/YYYY)

11.

Date Discussed With Supervisor (Filing date)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12a

Companion MSPB Appeal?

Yes

 

No

 

12b. Companion EEO Appeal?

Yes

No

13a. Supervisor’s Printed Name, Initials, and Telephone No.

 

13b. Steward’s Printed Name, Initials, and Telephone No.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORMAL STEP A — Formal Step A Parties Complete This Section (See instructions on page 2.)

14.USPS Grievance No.: Obtain prior to Formal Step A meeting.

15.Issue Statement: Provide contract provision(s) and frame the issue(s).

16. Undisputed Facts: List and attach all supporting documents. Use additional paper if necessary. Attachments? No Yes Number ____

17. UNION’S full, detailed statement of disputed facts and contentions: List and attach all

Attachments? No Yes Number ____

supporting documents. Use additional paper if necessary.

 

18. MANAGEMENT’S full, detailed statement of disputed facts and contentions: List and attach all Attachments? No Yes Number ____

supporting documents. Use additional paper if necessary.

19a. Union Representative: Enter the remedy requested by the union.

19b.

Settlement Offer: List any settlement offers by either party on page 3.

 

20. Disposition (Check one) Resolved Withdrawn Not Resolved

Date of Formal Step A Meeting (MM/DD/YYYY)

21a.

USPS Representative’s Name

21b. Telephone No. (Include area code)

21c. USPS Representative’s Signature

21d. Date (MM/DD/YYYY)

22a. NALC Representative’s Name

22b. Telephone No. (Include area code)

22c. NALC Representative’s Signature

22d. Date (MM/DD/YYYY)

PS Form 8190, March 2016 (Page 1 of 3) PSN 7510-05-000-4168

Instructions

If the initial filing discussion between the steward (and/or employee) and the supervisor at Informal Step A does not resolve the grievance, the union steward may appeal the grievance by:

Completing the Informal Step A section at the top of page 1;

Obtaining the supervisor’s initials in Item 13; and

Forwarding the form along with all relevant documents that were shared and discussed at the Informal Step A meeting to union and management Formal Step A representatives within 7 days of the discussion.

INFORMAL STEP A — NALC Shop Steward Completes This Section

Item Explanation

1–9 Self-explanatory. All items are essential.

10Enter the date when the event causing the grievance occurred or when the employee or union first became aware of the event.

11Enter the date the employee and/or the union first discussed the grievance with the immediate supervisor at Informal Step A. This is the Step A filing date.

12a Determine whether the grievant has filed an MSPB appeal on the same issue. Indicate “yes” or “no.”

12b Determine whether the grievant has filed an EEO appeal on the same issue. Indicate “yes” or “no.”

13a To be completed by supervisor, whose printed name and initials confirm the date of the Informal Step A discussion.

13b To be completed by steward, whose printed name and initials confirm the date of the Informal Step A discussion.

FORMAL STEP A — Formal Step A Parties Complete This Section

Item Explanation

14Management Representative: Obtain the Grievance Arbitration Tracking System (GATS) number before the Formal Step A meeting. If necessary, call District Labor Relations for assistance. Record GATS number.

15Frame the issue statement in the form of a question. For example:

Was there just cause for the letter of warning dated 7/15/2011 issued to the grievant for unsatisfactory work performance, and if not, what is the appropriate remedy?

Did management violate Article 8.5.G when the grievant was required to work overtime on 8/15/2011, and if so, what is the appropriate remedy?

List specific contractual or handbook provisions that apply to the grievance.

If discipline is involved:

Always indicate the type of discipline (letter of warning, 7-day suspension, indefinite suspension, etc.) in the issue statement.

The union steward may write a suggested issue in Item 15 when appealing to Formal Step A. The parties at Formal Step A are responsible for defining the issue as they see fit.

Note: If the grievance is resolved at Formal Step A, skip to Item 20, note the principles of the agreement, and complete items 21–22. If the grievance is not resolved at Formal Step A, complete Items 16 through 22.

16Management and/or Union Representative: List all relevant facts not in dispute.

17Union Representative: List any facts in dispute based on your understanding of the facts. Provide concise, descriptive statements outlining the union’s position on the grievance.

18Management Representative: List any facts in dispute based on your understanding of the facts. Provide concise, descriptive statements outlining managements’ position on the grievance.

19a Union Representative: Enter the remedy requested by the union.

19b Management and/or Union Representative: On page 3, list any settlement offers made at Formal Step A.

20Management and/or Union Representative: Note whether the case is resolved, withdrawn, or not resolved. If resolved, note the principles of the agreement.

21–22 Formal Step A parties must enter names, telephone numbers, signatures, and date form is completed.

PS Form 8190, March 2016 (Page 2 of 3)

USPS-NALC Joint Step A Grievance Form

FORMAL STEP A — Formal Step A Parties Complete This Section

19b. Management Settlement Offer (if any)

19b. Union Settlement Offer (if any)

Formal Step A Parties Provide Mailing Address

USPS Formal Step A (Print street, city, state, and ZIP Code®)

NALC Formal Step A (Print street, city, state, and ZIP Code)

NOTE: If grievance ultimately goes to arbitration, this page MUST be removed from the file prior to submitting the case to the arbitrator.

PS Form 8190, March 2016 (Page 3 of 3)

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