CANADIAN RAILWAY OFFICE OF ARBITRATION
Heard at Montreal, Thursday, July 11, 1985
CP EXPRESS AND TRANSPORT
BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY, AIRLINE AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
This concerns the payment of Foreman, K-1 wages from December 1, 1983, until August lst, 1984, when Mr. D. Gelly was placed on the Foreman position #72, November 16, 1983.
BROTHERHOOD'S STATEMENT OF ISSUE:
In early November Mr. D. Gelly applied for Foreman K-1 position at Edmonton, Alberta, the Company Officer awarded this K-1 position #72 to junior employee and after a great deal of grievance procedure through Steps one to three, D. Gelly was awarded this K 1 Foreman position August 5, 1984. The Union's position from beginning to end called for the awarding and payment to D. Gelly from date of December lst, 1983.
The Company's position is that he did prove to all concerned that he met the full requirements of Foreman K-1 and was awarded this K-1 Foreman position but failed to pay this employee from December lst, 1983, to August 5th, 1984.
We claim payment of K-1 wages in the name of D. Gelly from December lst, 1983 until August 5th, 1984.
FOR THE BROTHERHOOD:
(SGD.) J. J. BOYCE
General Chairman, System Board of Adjustment No. 517
There appeared on behalf of the Company:
N. W. Fosbery – Director Labour Relations, Toronto
And on behalf of the Brotherhood:
J. J. Boyce – General Chairman, Toronto
J. Crabb – General Secretary-Treasurer, Toronto
G. Moore – Vice-General Chairman, Moose Jaw
M. Gauthier – Vice-General Chairman, Montreal
D. Wray – Counsel, Toronto
The above dispute was resolved between the two parties at the hearing.
(signed) DAVID H. KATES