Case: St. Antoine 3

Whether or not the Fire Department violated the CBA by allowing three candidates to take the promotional exam for Fire Captain? Grievance denied in part and granted in part. (Public)

Case: St. Antoine 4

Whether or not the Employer violated the Agreement, or binding past practices under it, when its Civil Service Board unilaterally reduced the service requirements needed for promotion to Battalion Fire Chief or Fire Captain? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: Beitner 2

Whether the employer violated the CBA when it failed to hire the grievant for a coaching position even though the grievant met all of the requirements of the job description? Grievance granted. (Public)

Case: Beitner 5

Whether or not the fire department violated the contract or ignored past practice when it made an assignment to Battalion Chief by ignoring "rank seniority"? Grievance granted. (Public)

Case: Brown 2

Whether the employer violated the CBA when it failed to post a position and it appointed an employee to the position with less seniority than the grievant? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: Frost 3

Whether or not the Employer violated the Agreement when no acting assignment was made for the Fire Investigator vacancy that had not been permanently filled for an extended period of time? Grievance granted. (Public)

Case: Glazer 7

Whether the employer violated the contract when it failed to permanently promote the grievant to captain? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: Grissom 4

Whether or not the Fire Department violated the collective bargaining Agreement and/or a binding past practice by extending the eligibility deadline for an examination thereby allowing a Captain to the exam for Battalion Chief? (Captain would be eligible in just a few additional days to take the exam.) Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: Groty 2

Whether the employer acted within the terms of the collective bargaining agreement in selecting a member of the bargaining unit with less seniority than the grievant for a vacant bus driver position? Grievance Denied. (Public)

Case: Groty 6

Whether the employer appropriately exercised its authority in determining that the less senior candidate from outside the bargaining unit was more qualified than the grievant? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: Kelman 2

Whether the employer violated the fire fighters' CBA in the manner in which it conducted the promotion process? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: McCormick 1

Whether the school district violated the CBA when it failed to post job vacancies? Grievance denied. (Public)

Case: McDonald 3

Whether the employer violated the CBA when it appointed an employee to a custodial position who had less seniority than the grievant? Grievance granted. (Public)

Case: Wolkinson 2

Whether or not the Employer violated the Grievant's contractual rights by involuntarily assigning him to a work location and by failing to honor his request for reassignment back to his former work location? Grievance granted. (Public)

Case: Bocken 6

Whether or not the employer violate the seniority provision of the CBA by not granting an open position to the senior employee, because he failed of follow proper application procedures? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Boyer Jr. 1

Whether or not the Employer violated the CBA when it failed to properly post and fill Lead Mechanic vacancy? Grievance Granted (Private)

Case: Buchheit 1

Whether or not the employer violated the CBA by posting a position that had not been created in accordance with the contract? Grievance Granted. (This opinion also discusses the use of seniority for selection purposes.) (Private)

Case: Eischen 1

Whether or not the employer violated the CBA by establishing a minimum qualification for lead mechanic position? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Nevins 4

Whether or not the employer violated the Agreement by rejecting the more senior employee's bid for a job? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Case: Sickles 2

Whether or not the employer needs to provide a five-day notice to the Union prior to filling a permanent position which results from the filling of a vacancy under the preference system? Grievance Granted. (Private)

Case: Zigman 2

Whether or not the employer violated the agreement when it assigned an employee a seniority date after working 90 unconsecutive days as a senior agent, instead of the date when he began his trial period? Grievance Granted. (Private)



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