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Thanks. From your comment. The union directly requested and paid for the comment however I asked for them do it as my representative. I have an agreement with and pay dues for the union to act on my behalf and in my best interest I do not believe their actions are in my best interest and conflicts with my personal grievance which initiated the request for comment. I do not believe the union has acted in good faith. There should be a regulatory authority, perhaps the Companies Office, to which complaints may be made. The unions use of a personal grievance letter for their own interests would perhaps has privacy issues?
Ok. Last question. Then I have no avenues for redress?
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