I am in the middle of a grievance at work ‘which is a union job’ during another investigation my case was memtioned ” not related whatsoever” .

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I am in the middle of a grievance at work ‘which is a union job’ during another investigation my case was memtioned ” not related whatsoever” .

Asked on March 16, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, West Virginia

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Answered 10 years ago | Contributor

If you are part of a labor grievance with respect to a work related situation, the mentioning of your case with respect to another investigation is not in and of itself impermissible. In fact, your grievance may have some relevance and bearing with respect to the other investigation that is being conducted. If you are concerned over what is transpiring between the two matters, perhaps it would be wise for you to consult with a labor attorney.


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