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Analyzing out-of-title work grievances determinations

Analyzing out-of-title work grievances determinations Steen v Governor's Office of Employee Relations, 271 AD2d 738 Resolving out-of-title work disputes is not something courts typically do. As the Appellate Division, citing Cove v Sise, 71 NY2d 910, noted in deciding the … Continue reading

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Employees alleging that they were required to perform out-of-title work must show they perform the minimum baseline requirements of the title

Employees alleging that they were required to perform out-of-title work must show they perform the minimum baseline requirements of the titleMatter of Brynien v Governor's Off. of Empl. Relations, 2010 NY Slip Op 09329, Appellate Division, Third Department Kenneth Brynien, … Continue reading

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Determining if assigned duties constitute out-of-title work

Determining if assigned duties constitute out-of-title workCSEA v Angello, App. Div., Third Dept., CSEA, representing 128 employees of the Central New York Developmental Disabilities Service Organization serving as Developmental Aide – In Residence [DA-IR9] filed a grievance claiming that such … Continue reading

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Out-of-title work

Out-of-title workMacrae v Dolce, Appellate Division, 2nd Dept., 249 A.D.2d 476 City of White Plains firefighters brought an Article 78 action contending that the City was requiring them to regularly perform out-of-title work by serving as fire lieutenants in violation … Continue reading

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