13 Dic North Allegheny Federation Of Teachers Collective Bargaining Agreement
The problem between the parties comes after the dismissal of Paul Seneca, a physical education teacher. Seneca was in conference with the federation when he discovered that he had been suspended without pay after an investigation into him. He was accused of negligence and did not properly supervise his students. However, the collective agreement between the parties was then in effect as it did not expire until June 30, 2020. The petitioner said that the arbitration agreement was not in accordance with the CBA. The North Allegheny School District applied for a petition on April 20 amid a dispute with the 2097 Northern Teachers` Federation, the American Federation of Teachers and the AFL-CIO. The petitioner stated: «The decision and the award of arbitration must be set aside because they do not derive their substance from the CBA, it cannot be concluded that the arbitrator`s decision and award of arbitration constitute a rational interpretation of the CBA, it is based on the interpretation of practices that are not sniffed under the specific conditions of the CBA and therefore do not fall within the scope of the CBA. , and it violates the Public School Act by imposing additional requirements on the petitioner…. Therefore, if the law and public order were tried by a jury, the court would have returned a verdict despite the verdict. The deadline was June 15, 2018, a week after his information. A complaint was then filed regarding Seneca`s suspension without payment, according to which «Paul Seneca was wrongly suspended without payment and his dismissal is contrary to the just provision, the seniority clause and past practice,» the petition states.
The arbitrator issued an arbitration award which reduced the discharge to a three-day suspension. She reinstated Seneca with full seniority and possible compensation for unpaid wages and benefits, net of the middle income of the benefits received. The borough then issued Seneca with an indictment and a notice of hearing about his resignation. The complaint was then appealed to an arbitration tribunal on June 22, 2018. PITTSBURGH – The North Allegheny School District has asked the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County to issue an arbitration award following a dispute over the dismissal of a teacher. He added that the arbitrator had no jurisdiction, and also stated that the award is not due to any CBA conditions. The petitioner also stated that the arbitration award was contrary to an exception to public policy and constituted a violation of the law on the dismissal of an employee.