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Devoir de représentation équitable

Les arbitres ont statué qu’un agent ne peut pas déposer individuellement un grief contre une commission de services policiers. Par contre, la jurisprudence arbitrale à ce jour a permis à des agents de déposer individuellement un grief pour « devoir de représentation équitable » contre une association de policiers.

Les résultats
Classification # de sentence arbirale Date de la sentence arbitrale Arbitre Municipalité
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Second interim award in duty of fair representation proceeding granted complainant’s request for adjournment - Complainant now requesting resumption of hearing - Instant decision addressing procedural matters raised by complainant since first interim award was issued - Third interim award.
Voir aussi: Associations, Procedural Issues
Télécharger le fichier PDF 20-009 09/09/2020 Brownlee, D. Brantford
Associations   Duty of fair representation - First interim award addressed a number of procedural issues in duty of fair representation complaint - Complainant requesting adjournment following release of interim award - Hearing adjourned sine die - Second interim award.
Voir aussi: Associations, PROCEDURAL ISSUES - Adjournment
Télécharger le fichier PDF 20-004 05/05/2020 Brownlee, D. Brantford
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Association entering into settlement with employer concerning top-up for employees in receipt of WSIB and CPP Disability benefits - Complainant an employee affected by settlement - Complainant alleged association breached its duty of fair representation in resolving dispute with employer - Complainant and association requesting procedural orders in advance of hearing on the merits - Orders issued accordingly - Interim award.
Voir aussi: Associations, Procedural Issues
Télécharger le fichier PDF 20-003 04/13/2020 Brownlee, D. Brantford
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Refusal to provide grievor with legal representation during investigation under Police Services Act - Association did not have exclusive power to represent employees in relation to charges under PSA - Grievance dismissed.
Voir aussi: Associations
Télécharger le fichier PDF 20-001 04/06/2020 Bendel, Michael Orangeville
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Compensation due while in receipt of benefits from Workplace Safety and Insurance Board - Grievor alleged association failed to represent him fairly in its handling of his dispute with employer regarding compensation due while he received WSIB benefits - Grievor’s accusations against association president were unsubstantiated - Association went well beyond what was required of it in representing grievor - Grievance dismissed.
Voir aussi: Associations
Télécharger le fichier PDF 19-004 07/08/2019 Bendel, Michael Brantford
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Duty of fair representation complaint - Applicant brought motion for recusal - Arbitrator has discretionary authority to determine procedures for hearing - Procedural rulings by arbitrator were made with proper regard for procedural fairness to both parties - No basis for arbitrator to recuse himself on the grounds of bias - Motion dismissed - Preliminary award.
Voir aussi: Associations, Duty of Fair Representation
Télécharger le fichier PDF 17-001 02/22/2017 Marcotte, W Ottawa
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Civilian members - Complainant alleged association failed to represent him adequately in discussions leading to settlement of his grievance - Complainant delayed in bringing complaint and attacked settlement only after taking full advantage of its terms - Complaint dismissed.
Voir aussi: Arbitrability, Associations, Complaints
Télécharger le fichier PDF 16-005 07/15/2016 Anderson, Ian Toronto
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Uniform members - Complainant alleged association violated duty of fair representation - Complainant advanced a number of complaints - Primary complaint that he was improperly transferred from Intelligence Unit - Association understood complaint, communicated with complainant and negotiated a settlement on his behalf - No evidence that association treated complainant unfairly or in an arbitrary, discriminatory or bad faith manner - Association was entitled to decline to take complainant’s grievance to arbitration - Breach of duty of fair representation not established - Complaint dismissed.
Voir aussi: Associations
Télécharger le fichier PDF 15-007 11/05/2015 Starkman, D Ottawa
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Uniform members - Complaint alleging association breached its duty of fair representation by failing to pursue promotion grievance - Complainant alleged constable who was facing disciplinary charges should have been removed from eligibility list - Association reached agreement with service to maintain constable on list pending disposition of disciplinary charges - Complainant not demonstrating that in declining to pursue his grievance association acted in arbitrary, discriminatory or bad faith manner - No breach of duty of fair representation - Complaint dismissed.
Voir aussi: Associations
Télécharger le fichier PDF 14-007 06/02/2014 Mackenzie, Ian Windsor
Associations   Duty of fair representation - Uniform members - Complaint alleging association breached its duty of fair representation by failing to pursue promotion grievance - Burden of proving breach of duty lies with complainant - Elements of duty - Association had legitimate concerns about impact of complainant’s grievance on rights of another member who was on suspension - Association not required to obtain a legal opinion but rather to undertake a “thorough study” of the grievance - Association considered grievance seriously and undertook thorough examination of merits and implications - Decision not to pursue grievance not arbitrary, discriminatory or made in bad faith - Complaint dismissed.
Voir aussi: Associations
Télécharger le fichier PDF 14-007 06/02/2014 Mackenzie, Ian Windsor

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