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Department of Defense, Arkansas Air National Guard, Little Rock Air Force Base, Jackson ville, Arkansas and Razorback Chapter 117, Association of Civilian Technicians, Case No. 00 FSIP 31, August 3, 2000 (Release No. 433).

Essentially, the UNION proposed that--

1. Bargaining unit employees be allowed to have Union representation during "non-disciplinary" meetings with supervisors for counseling or warning.

2. Supervisors inform employees of their right to Union representation when they meet with them to issue oral admonishments or letters of reprimand.

The AGENCY proposed to continue its current practice of annually notifying employees of their statutory rights to Union representation and to allow for Union representation, upon the employee's request, at disciplinary meetings.

ARBITRATOR Donna M. DiTullio ordered the parties to adopt the AGENCY's proposal.


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