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OMG!!!! REALLY? AFTER 40 YEARS OF CASE LAW. Not long ago at all we ran across a case that left us confused about whether to be angrier with the agency or the union. We are not going to identify the … Continue reading

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WHEN ADVOCATES COMPLAIN TOO LITTLE Although this is hardly something new, it is worth repeating.  If an arbitrator sustains a grievance, but denies the union’s desired remedy on three different grounds, it is not enough to file exceptions attacking only … Continue reading

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