Canadian Union of Postal Workers v Canada Post Corp
Union Grievances, Collective Agreement, Charlottetown, Relocating, Technological Changes, Redress, Displacement Allowances
Union grievances on behalf of all bargaining unit employees working in the Charlottetown Post Office alleging breach of the Collective Agreement between the parties bearing the date July 31, 1992, and in particular of Article 29 in that in relocating employees to a new facility the Employer implemented technological changes and failed to recognize them. The Union requested an order that the Employer grant full redress to all employees in the way of any and all lost rights, earnings and benefits resulting from the alleged breach and a declaration that Article 29 was breached. At the hearing in this matter the Union specifically requested displacement allowances under Article 29(11)(f).
Canadian Union of Postal Workers v Canada Post Corp (1993),  CLAD No 517 (Can LA) (Arbitrator: Innis Christie).