Lol, That's literally nothing different It's an written statement that both the company and the union acknowledge Weingarten rights.
Read it again, but a little more closely this time.Well, I knew why you disagreed, because you are wrong.
I also like how you think what the NRLB says about it is creative. Please, please never represent me.
You’re coming off as really aggressive in this thread Zubenelgenubi.That was directed at the aptly named bubblehead, who claims to be his local's president or something. He is giving you bad information. He disagreed with what I posted because he is wrong.
Article 4 of the NMA gives us the right to a shop steward during discipline not just Investigatory meetings.That's not an investigation, they already decided to discipline. As far as I know, the steward doesn't have to be there. Only thing to do at that point is grieve the discipline. If I were a steward in that situation I would be asking about the investigation that was done, and upon what evidence the company decided to issue discipline when they never even questioned the employee.
I was once written up for "harassing" a safety manager, who was, in fact, harassing and intimidating me for my choices to be the person most responsible for my own safety. No one bothered to get my side. This place is run by petty, vindictive children.
We have a bit of a history in another thread where I used to poke him a bit.
Vindictive children that have all week to orchestrate such maneuvers from a comfy office.we work for petty, vindictive children
Article 4 of the NMA gives us the right to a shop steward during discipline not just Investigatory meetings.
I only stated you were qualified to assess by virtue of the criteria you stated?Also how about you give the same warning to the OP, Bubblehead and butthead for actually violating TOS? I don't really appreciate being attacked and being told I'm the problem.
Read it again, but a little more closely this time.
Weingarten only requires the employer to provide a steward if the employee contemplates discipline and more importantly asks for one.
This Central Region language requires that the Company not only to stop the interview, but also to provide a steward when the Company themselves "reasonably contemplate discipline".
It is for sure enhanced rights in regards Weingarten.
Stay in your lane Junior.
Btw, questioning a Moderator's decision on an open forum is also a TOS violation....so you just stepped in it again.
So quick question.You can receive a verbal warning to being fired. I've watched stewards sit there mum. To actually doing something like asking questions.