Administrative due process trumps an employer's claim to a "management right" to summarily terminate an employee for cause

Administrative due process trumps an employer's claim to a "management right" to summarily terminate an employee for causeMatter of the Arbitration between the Town of Greece Guardians' Club, Local 1170 and the Town of Greece, 2018 NY Slip Op 08775, Appellate Division, Fourth DepartmentSupreme Court rejected the Guardians' Club, Local 1170's [Local 1170] petition to confirm an arbitration award requiring the Town of Greece's [Town] to reinstate an individual it had terminated and granted the Town's cross petition to vacate the arbitration award. The Appellate Division unanimously reversed the Supreme Court's ruling "on the law" and confirmed the arbitration award in favor of Local 1170.The genesis of the demand for arbitration was the Town's chief of police terminating an employee for alleged misconduct without "notice and hearing." Local 1170 filed a grievance on behalf of the employee and ultimately…

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