Document Type

Arbitration Decision

Publication Date

1-29-1987

Keywords

Collective Agreement, Union Grievances, Wicket Shortage, Credit, Redress, Discipline

Abstract

Union grievances alleging breach of the Collective Agreement between the parties for the Postal Operations Group (Non-Supervisory): Internal Mail Processing and Complementary Postal Services, which expires September 30, 1986 and in particular Article 31, in that the Employer notified the griever, Richard, that he was to be held responsible for a wicket shortage which occurred in his wicket credit in the amount of $188,84, and the grievor Clark that he was to be held responsible for a wicket shortage which occurred in his wicket credit in the amount of $37.36. The Union requests that each griever not be held responsible for his respective wicket shortage and be granted full redress.

Comments

Case summary available at the Sir James Dunn Library via Canadian Labour Arbitration Summaries. Full text available online at WestlawEdge Canada (subscription required).

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