Is it possible to pay a separate paycheck as an executive due to him being part owner that can be excluded from the union dues?
A: The issue is entirely controlled by the collective bargaining (union) agreement with the employer. As I said earlier, I don't see how the union would permit a person to simultaneously represent management and labor -- but, it's up to the union to decide.
As a practical matter, there is no means by which the union can discover that someone is receiving a paycheck as both a manager and union worker, unless the employer discloses the conflict. Based upon that, I would say that the answer is "Yes -- but, don't get caught, because it could negatively affect the employee's union benefit rights as well as the employer-union relationship."
I'm really not equivocating here. The problem is that without a comprehensive review of the union contract, it's impossible to be definitive about what kinds of negative outcomes could occur. But, it's not a crime to do what you propose, so once again, my admonishment would be simply, "Don't get caught, and there won't be a problem."
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