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|Name||Subject Matter||Date Issued||Case Number(s)||Topic(s)|
|Detroit Association of Educational Office Employees
Unfair Labor Practice Not Found: Charging Party’s Allegation That Respondent Breached its Duty of Fair Representation By Failing to Take Action on Her Behalf With Respect to Issues Arising From Her COVID-19 Diagnosis and Termination Not Indicative of a PERA Violation; Charging Party Knew or Should Have Known That Respondent Had Taken No Action on Her Behalf More Than Six Months Prior to the Filing of the Charge; Commission Has Strict Six Month Statute of Limitations Period.
|7/52022||21-K-2140-CU||Duty of Fair Representation; Statue of Limitations|
|Detroit Public Schools Community District
Detroit Association of Educational Office Employees
| AFSCME Council 25