The Adjudicator initially found that Cascade had only reason to discipline Marquard because he was leaving the residence in an uncertain condition and not properly documenting the service call, but not because he was rude or dishonest in the investigation. ECF 1-2 to 92-100. It should be noted that the referee did not find that Cascade had only reason to finish Marquard. Second, the Adjudicator found that Cascade met the requirements of the ordinary procedure by making the allegations known and providing a fair opportunity to respond. ECF 1-2 to 100-101. But the arbitrator does not explicitly state whether the requirements of section 7. Section 1 was dealt with in its analysis of the duel trial. Finally, the Adjudicator indicated whether the sentence was appropriate on the basis of the circumstances of the case, on the ground that there could be no unreasonable sanction: “Only the case is essentially a measure of adequacy and fairness. It requires that the sentence imposed be consistent with the seriousness of the offence and take into account all the circumstances. ECF No.
1-2 to 102 (quote Koven – Smith, Just Cause: The Seven Tests 397 (BNA 2d Ed.)). The referee noted that Marquard`s record and unsatisfactory performance “deserved serious disciplinary action, but no discharge.” ECF 1-2 to 106. What is important is that the arbitrator noted that “[a]lthough [a]lthough [Cascade] many written reminders and warnings written to the Grievant for a large number of acts of unsatisfactory work and disrespect to clients, we must not move to the next step of imposing a disciplinary suspension.” ECF 1-2 to 106. The arbitrator stated that “given the length of Marquard`s employment, a further correction should have been made in the form of a significant disciplinary suspension before terminating his employment.” ECF 1-2 to 107. If you turn off your service without providing the required notification, call the utility immediately. Talk to the person in charge. You should immediately turn your service back on and continue until you receive the right notification and have a chance to respond. If the utility does not restore service, ask to speak to the lawyer who handles his or her affairs. He is often the city`s lawyer.
If your owner is currently responsible for the bill, the supplier should give you both: Below you will find some examples of natural gas franchise agreements. Edward Marquard has been a duty mechanic with Cascade Natural Gas Corporation (Cascade) for more than 34 years and is represented by the International Chemical Workers Union Council/UFCW Local 121-C (Union). In June 2013, Cascade Marquard announced his hiring following a service call in which he failed to follow company directions, left a residence in a state of insecurity and reportedly disrespected a client. The Union filed a complaint on Behalf of Marquard, which finally resulted in arbitration in March 2016. The arbitrator made a decision in which he found that, while Cascade had only reasons to discipline Marquard and initiate formal proceedings, the termination was inappropriate. The arbitrator changed the penalty for a 30-day suspension without payment and ordered Cascade to reinstate Marquard with a counterpayment.