Transit- TWU Arbitrator To Have a Colleague Decide His Future – The Chief: News Of The Week

Posted: November 1, 2013 in Uncategorized

Oct. 28, 2013

A State Supreme Court Justice last week granted Transport Workers Union Local 100 the chance to retain an arbitrator the Metropolitan Transportation Authority wants fired on Nov. 7, allowing the decision of whether he can be dismissed to be decided by another arbitrator.

Richard Adelman has decided contract disputes involving the union since 2001, but the MTA announced it was booting him this summer, after a couple of decisions favoring the union. His three-month notice arrived shortly after he ruled that a Local 100 officer accused of sexual harassment couldn’t be disciplined while on full-time union release. He’d also ordered the MTA to continue providing shuttle buses for certain job picks, which agency officials said was too costly.

via TWU Arbitrator To Have a Colleague Decide His Future – The Chief: News Of The Week.

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