Cases

Archer 2

1. Whether or not the employer discriminated against the employee based on race or sex. No the employer did not discriminate against the employee.

2. Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge an employee for poor work performance? Yes, the employer had just cause.

3. Whether the employer had appropriately followed the steps of progressive discipline. Yes the employer has followed the appropriate progressive discipline steps. (Non-Union)

Beckman 1

1. Whether or not the employer had just cause to terminate an employee for taking merchandise without paying for it? Yes, the employer had just cause.

2. Whether or not the employer had violated the progressive discipline procedure? There was no violation by the employer. (Non-Union)

Bietner 1

1. Whether not the employer had just cause to terminate the employee? No, the employer did not have just cause.

2. Whether or not the employer had violated the progressive discipline procedure? Yes the policy was violated. (Non-Union)

Abernethy 3

Whether or not the employer had just cause to discharge the employee for several safety violations? Grievance Denied. (Private)

Bocken 4

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

Boyer Jr. 2

Whether or not the employee was discharged for just cause, due to his chronic performance problems? (The award discusses progressive discipline in detail.) Grievance Denied. (Private)

Gilson 2

Whether or not the discipline imposed on the employee for failure to use proper judgment and leadership while completing cleaning duties was too severe? Grievance Granted (in part)/ Denied (in part). (Private)



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