Our center recently filed a grievance on extra work being given to another building. This concerns feeder work but I won't go into any more details about the grievance itself because this might not be over yet but what I can say is that at the local hearing our BA and manager weren't able to come to a decision on the grievance. That tells me that in the local hearing our BA fought for us. So, it went to the next hearing out of state. Well, this time (according to the letter the local sent me) the BA (same one) and the labor manager attended and the results were "no article was violated." WTF? The grievance was filed for article 48 (which is where seniority and feeder work are) and the grievance was perfectly clear on the wrong doings of the hub. Extra work originating in a center (in this case an extended center) should never be given to another whether it's a hub or not. What is f*ed up is that all of the extended centers in the local are locked out of bidding into feeders in that hub but they are apparently allowed to do our work? I was thinking of re-filing or pursuing an "unfair labor charge." But I obviously need to gather more information first. This extra work could easily be combined with other work (that isn't being stolen from us....yet) to create another full-time job for someone. Maybe even feeders. So, any help with this would be appreciated.