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CSEA wants arbitration on late policy

Contends rules put in effect without consultation

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CSEA Local 818, the union representing about 480 of Fulton County’s employees, has issued a demand for arbitration to the New York Public Employment Relations Board regarding the county’s tardiness policy. The policy was put in place by the Fulton County Board of Supervisors in October. It punishes lateness by county employees. At the time it was passed board members said the county’s contract with CSEA allows it to “establish and publish rules establishing penalties ...


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