Upcoming Union Meeting Dates and Locations:
September 27th 7:00 p.m. Tinley Park (American Legion, 17423 67th Ct., Tinley Park)
October 25th 7:00 p.m. Bloomington (Times Past Inn, 1216 Towanda Ave.)
November 22nd 7:00 p.m. To be determined
December 20th 7:00 p.m. To be determined
Note: watch the union bulletin boards for monthly meeting reminders and changes to scheduled meetings.
NOTE: Grievances that have been resolved or withdrawn since the last update are underlined.
18-17-19 Company improperly denying overtime pay. At the 2nd step.
17-17-19 Glen Ellyn Operations Support employee terminated for work rule violation. At 3rd step.
16-17-19 Bellwood Meter Reader suspended for work rule violation. Resolved.
15-17-19 Glen Ellyn FOD employee given verbal warning for work rule violations. Resolved.
14-17-19 Joliet Operations employee being denied overtime. Resolved.
13-17-19 Glen Ellyn FOD employee denied upgrade. Resolved.
12-17-19 Elgin FOD employee given verbal warning for work rule violations. Verbal removed.
11-17-19 Pecatonica Storage employee suspended for work rule violation. At the 3rd step.
10-17-19 Crystal Lake employee suspended for tardiness. Resolved with make up time.
09-17-19 Elgin System operations employee given memo for work rule violation. At the 3rd step.
08-17-19 Aurora Meter Reader suspended for excessive CROM. Resolved with back pay.
07-17-19 G.O. Contact Center employee terminated for zero tolerance. Withdrawn.
06-17-19 DesPlaines FOD employee terminated for work rule violations. At the 4th step.
05-17-19 Glen Ellyn Fleet employee terminated for zero tolerance. Pending Arbitration.
04-17-19 G.O. Contact Center employee terminated for zero tolerance. Withdrawn.
60-16-19 FOC Operators being improperly assigned gas welding. Withdrawn - Practice ceased.
52-16-19 Bellwood Meter Reader terminated for zero tolerance. Resolved.
49-16-19 Glenwood Meter Reader terminated for time gaps. Resolved.
28-16-19 Company denying proper crew make up for pavement openings > 4". Pending Resolution.
If an employee has a reasonable belief that discipline or other adverse consequences may result from what he or she says during an investigatory meeting with a supervisor, the employee has the right to request union representation. This includes what has commonly become known as fact finding meetings. Note: the employer has no obligation to inform workers of their right to request union representation.