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Revera Inc. (Summit Place) v. Christian Labour Association of Canada, 2011 15434 (ON LA)

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Revera Inc. (Summit Place)

The Union grieved the Employer’ call in procedure in that it decided that if it could not replace a shift a straight time, it would not call in employees for overtime work.  The Arbitrator dismissed the grievance and held that the Employer maintains its management right to determine the appropriate staffing at the home.  Any obligation for the Employer to offer overtime work simply because it initially sought to fill the shift at straight time would require very clear language. 

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