Case: Hornberger 1

Whether the employer had just cause to suspend an employee (Public Safety Officer) for eight work days because of insubordination and failure to respond to an alarm? Grievance denied, suspension upheld. (Public)

Case: Chairman 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for theft? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Fredenberger Jr. 1

Whether or not the employee was discharged for just cause when he failed to follow fueling regulations? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Gootnick 2

Whether or not the employer had just cause to issue a written warning to an Employee for insubordination? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Heekin 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for multiple offenses of insubordination and destruction of employer property? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Nevins 5

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee who made remarks that were considered threatening to a supervisor? Grievance Granted. (Private)

Case: Zumas 1

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for failure to return to light duty after medical leave? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Glendon 5

1. Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge employer for harassment and interference with a fellow employee? Yes, the employer had just cause.

2. Whether or not the employee was insubordinate? Yes, the employee was insubordinate. (Non-Union)

Grissom 9

Whether or not the employer had just cause to terminate employee for insubordination? Yes, the employer had just cause. (Non-Union)



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