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Arbitration Decision

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Refusal, Member, Dismissal, Part-Time, Courier, Termination, Constitution


This is a Union grievance in which it is asserted that the Employer continued to employ a Part-time Mail Service Courier although he refused to become a member of the Union. The Employer has checked off and remitted his dues to the Union. The Union's position is that in continuing to employ him under those circumstances, the Employer is in breach of the Collective Agreement and requests an order that the Employer terminate this employee if he does not become a member.


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