Case: Glazer 10

Whether or not the employer had just cause to terminate the grievant for excessive absenteeism? (NOTE: FMLA was also discussed.) Grievance was granted in part and denied in part. (Reinstatement without back pay or benefits.) (Public)

Case: Schneider 8

Whether the ER had just cause to give the grievant a second letter of warning after multiple absences subsequent to the first letter of warning? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: Bocken 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for taking unauthorized absences?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Bocken 4

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for excessive absences?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Denenberg 2

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for repeated absences without proper notification?

Grievance Granted. (Private)

Case: Gentile 2

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge a 25 year employee for theft and dishonesty?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Gentile 3

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for dependability issues?

Grievance denied. (Private)

Case: Horowitz 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee who was absent for a prolonged period without properly notifying management?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Muessig 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for excessive absences?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: O’Brien 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee who refused to return to work after a medical leave?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Popular II

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for excessive absences?

Grievance granted in part and denied in part. (Private)

Case: Shaw 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee who did not follow the sick day call-in procedures?

Grievance Granted. (Private)

Case: Rubin 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for leaving the work area after excessive absences?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Williams 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee who did not provide medical documentation for his absences?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Wittenberg 3

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for attendance problems associated with alcoholism?

Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Glendon 3

1. Whether or not the employer had just cause to terminate employee for absenteeism without notice? Yes, the employer had just cause.

2. Whether or not the employer discriminated against the employee because of his physical problems? No, the employer did not discriminate against the employee.

Grievance Denied. (Non-Union)

Case: Grissom 3

Whether or not the employer had just cause to terminate an employee for not reporting to work without prior notice? Yes, the employer had just cause to terminate employee.

Grievance Denied. (Non-Union)



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