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I was recently suspended from work with no explanation. I
I was recently suspended from work with no explanation. I tried to get information from my boss and the union but have gotten no reason as to why just that it's without pay. I got a text from an employee asking if I was ok and that security came around with walkie talkies because of a disgruntled employee. What can I do to find out why and if I'm being labeled a disgruntled employee.
I HAVE BEEN TERMINATED ON THE PRETEXT THAT THE INSURANCE
I HAVE BEEN TERMINATED ON THE PRETEXT THAT THE INSURANCE COMPANY WILL NOT COVER ME, WHEN INDICATIONS ARE THAT THEY WERE UNCOMFORTABLE WITH ME BECAUSE I WAS NOT GAY.I FEEL THAT AN ANTERIOR COMPANY PASSED ON HIGHLY TOXIC MATERIAL, ROYAL HYWAYS, JUNEAU ALASKA, BUT THAT INFORMATION WAS NOT SHOWN TO ME.
Our Union is not properly representing our members, when it
Our Union is not properly representing our members, when it come down to hearing and file grievance. Members are being suspended without pay for 8 up to 18.JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: New JerseyJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No but I am thinking about filing a complaint with the NLRBJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: YES
I'm a union member in goods standing. After bringing a
I'm a union member in goods standing. After bringing a complaint of a violation of contact against a contractor and recieving a reward for the violation per contact I was laid off with a reduction of workforce layoff. The job is just now maning up and I believe my layoff was a direct response to my reporting to my local of the violation.JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MichiganJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No I have not and my union is not aware of my looking for adviceJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: There were two of us involved
I am currently in a union where I work. The union president
I am currently in a union where I work. The union president has locked all it's members out of contract negotiations, which it is against union bylaws, he had failed to hold quarterly union meetings, he had not held a mandatory elections for several positions when they become vacant including the vice presidents position. When attempts are made to contact the president they go ignored. Two members approached him on their time and he refused to even speak with them. I guess my question is, is there anything we can do legally? One member contacted the NLRB they basically advised him to vote him out, but we can't do that if elections are not held. Union bylaws call for elections for every 2 years.
The union trustees created a sham membership contract while
The union trustees created a sham membership contract while an existing agreement was in place. The second CBA was identical and created a year later without knowledge of the Managment trustees violating the the Pension fund rules and trust agreement. The second removing the defined benefit pension plan and replaced it with a 401k plan. This was done with a phones recognition letter with authorization cards signed by the union presidents family members. The cost to the multi employer fund has a cost of roughly 2-3 million dollars. What can we as members do. I reported this as when I becameAware of it as I was the Vice President and a trustee of the pension fund.
I am a member in good standing of a Union in Houston TX, and
I am a member in good standing of a Union in Houston TX, and I am not receiving work calls that are due me according to my seniority and qualifications, while people that are not evan on the seniority roster are. Is there anything I can do about this, and is there a branch of Gov. that handles this? Thank you
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
I am a supervisor company. a former employee filed aView more employment law questions
i am a supervisor for a company. a former employee filed a complaint against us naming myself in numerous allegations. i have answered the allegations at the local nlrb office. i do not feel comfortable being involved any longer. am i allowed to decline participation in any further involvement.