Employer didn’t violate seniority provisions

The grievor had not been chosen for a temporary posting. The employer argued that he did not have the qualifications for the position because he had neither worked unsupervised nor experienced the greater pressures of the holiday position. The arbitrator agreed.

A plant worker grieved after his application to work over the Christmas shutdown was rejected in favour of a worker who had less seniority.

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