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|Name||Subject Matter||Date Issued||Case Number(s)||Topic(s)|
|Hurley Medical Center
-and- Registered Nurses and Registered Pharmacists Association
Unfair Labor Practice Not Found: Charge Dismissed as Charging Party Failed to Establish That Unit Work Was Actually Transferred to Employees Outside the Bargaining Unit, or That Respondent's Contract With Faircode Had Any Impact on Unit Members; Record Does Not Establish that Respondent Repudiated the Agreement; Case 21-L-2280-CE also Referenced in ALJ's Decision and Recommended Order was Administratively Closed.
|Duty to Bargain; Transfer of Bargaining Unit Work; Repudiation|
|Superior Township Firefighters Union Local 3292, International Association of Fire Fighters -and-
Unfair Labor Practice Not Found: Charging Party Failed to Establish That the Union Breached its Duty of Fair Representation By Failing to Advance His Grievance Challenging His Termination to Arbitration; Charging Party’s Disagreement with the Union’s Decision to Not Arbitrate His Grievance is Insufficient to Establish a Breach of the Duty of Fair Representation.
|3/17/2023||21-I-1764-CU||Duty of Fair Representation|
|Police Officers Labor Council
-and- Chad Francisco
|Unfair Labor Practice Not Found: More Than Six Months Had Lapsed Between Charging Party Learning That the Union Failed to Timely Demand to Arbitrate His Termination and the Filing of His Charge; Commission Has Strict Six-Month Statute of Limitations Period.||3/22/2023 (no exceptions)||22-C-0740-CU||Duty of Fair Representation; Statute of Limitations|
|Detroit Public Schools Community District
-and- Nicole Stuckey
|Unfair Labor Practice Not Found: Charging Party Failed to Establish That She Was Disciplined for Having Engaged in Protected Activity in Violation of Section 10(1)(c); Charging Party Admits That She Discussed a Sickout With Her Students and the Record Overwhelmingly Established That Her Communications Were Focused Primarily on the Well-Being of Her Students; None of the Communications Related to the Sick-Out Which Ultimately Resulted in Charging Party's Suspension Pertained to Terms and Conditions of Employment For Teachers and Other Staff.||3/31/2023 (no exceptions)||21-C-0580-CE||10(1)(c); Concerted Activity|