Volume 55, Number 4
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Without clear guidelines, many lodges end up arbitrating more grievances than they should.
Your job as a steward is to find that evidence wherever your grievance investigation takes you.
Five common grievance situations and suggestions for how to approach them.
Protecting your members means ensuring they are not disciplined unfairly, but it might also mean finding a way to protect them from someone with anger issues.
When you’re going into a grievance meeting where differing opinions of the facts of the case may be aired, it’s a good idea to avoid name-calling.
Employing a few basic strategies can improve your investigations and thereby improve your chances of winning.
Some tips on how you can successfully solve problems in your unit without actually filing a grievance
L-374 members learn Code during AEP Rockport project
IVP Maloney: Canada trade deal is bad for workers
Preserving national pension involves us all
Boilermaker’s son performs at VA hospitals
National Consumers League picks Bank of Labor
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