Wow, look what I found.
This is great. Now Frank Ponce de Leon and Cam Williams might learn how to process Eric’s Section 13.3 grievances.
Dumb ass Rich Austin might learn that longshoremen can represent other longshoremen at all Section 13 grievance proceedings, including the one he stopped in Seattle back in September 2016.
Go get all smart boys, then come out and play.
We are waiting……
ps: Back in the day, when I worked at PMA, we gave monthly classes on grievance and arbitration procedures. We called them JPLRC meetings, and anyone could attend, for free.
If the ILWU was really serious about educating members, they would give them access to the database of all CLRC meetings and Arbitrations that their members paid for.
We are waiting…..
Two final thoughts: Are those attending GAP training going to be Certified (or at least get a pretty participation ribbon), and do the hours count toward Walking Boss/Formen’s registration?
Come on boys, schedule some grievances. Show us your stuff.
We are waiting….Eh?