Employee Grievance, Discharge, Collective Agreement, Time Records, Supervision
Employee grievance alleging discharge without Just cause contrary to the Collective Agreement between the parties bearing expiry date December 31, 1986 but which, counsel agreed, had been extended and applies to this matter. The Union requested that the grievor be reinstated and reimbursed for all lost pay and benefits and that all documents relating to the discharge be removed from his personal file. At the outset of the hearing the parties agreed that I was properly seized of this matter and should remain seized after the issue of this award to hear evidence relating to the quantum of compensation, if appropriate. or otherwise to deal with the interpretation and application of this award. The parties also agreed to waive any time limits, either pre- or post-hearing, in the Collective Agreement.
Re Canada Post Corp and Association of Postal Officials of Canada (1988) 1988 CarswellNat 2164, 11 CLAS 21 (Can LA) (Arbitrator: Innis Christie).