Case: Chiesa 4

Whether the Employer violated the CBA in the way that it allocated overtime? Grievance granted. (Public)

Case: Chiesa 6

Whether or not the employer was justified in compelling an employee to adjust her schedule to avoid paying her overtime? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: Glazer 9

Whether or not the grievant improperly denied a preference for an overtime assignment, and if so, what should be the remedy? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: Jacobs 2

Whether the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for falsifying a time sheet (overtime)? Grievance granted in part and denied in part. (Public)

Case: McCormick 6

1. Did the Employer violate the collective bargaining agreement by calling back A shift personnel instead of B shift personnel? 

2. Did the Employer violate the contract by treating A shift personnel as performing work "continuous with [their] scheduled work" and, therefore, entitled only to overtime pay, and not the higher of overtime pay for actual hours worked or regular pay for a minimum of four hours of work? (Public)

Case: Stratton 2

Whether or not the employer violated the CBA by not paying overtime to an employee who worked on a holiday at an agreed upon rate? Grievance granted. (Public)

Case: Muessig 4

Whether or not the employer violated the Agreement when an employee, with the least amount of overtime worked, was bypassed for overtime hours, and what should be the remedy? Grievance Granted in part. (Private)

Case: Popular II 1

Whether or not the employer has the right to require compulsory overtime? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Zumas 3

Whether or not the employer unfairly disqualified an employee from overtime hours? Grievance denied. (Private)



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