Agreement allows process grievance only

The employer, a children’s aid society, regularly exceeded the maximum workload it had negotiated with the union. The reasons were outside the employer’s control. The workload agreement with the union, however, permitted grievances about the way in which limits were established and not about the limits being exceeded.

When their caseloads exceeded the “ideal range” identified in their workload agreement, frontline child welfare workers grieved.

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