In the Matter of the Arbitration
of a Dispute Between
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS, LODGE #34
Michael, Best & Friedrich, by Mr. Thomas W. Scrivner, on behalf of the Company.
Albert, Jude, Shuman & Simanek, S.C., by Mr. John S. Jude, on behalf of the Union.
The above-entitled parties, herein the Company and Union, are privy to a collective bargaining agreement providing for final and binding arbitration. Pursuant thereto, I heard part of this matter on January 3, 1991, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after which time the parties resolved their dispute and asked that the grievance be dismissed.
Accordingly, and pursuant to the parties' agreement, it is hereby ordered that the grievance herein - which centers on the adequacy of Dr. Spotswood's return-to-work slip dated May 16, 1989, the Company's decision in May, 1989, to layoff Debra Holmes as unable to work, and any related questions of remedy associated with the layoff decision - is hereby dismissed with prejudice.
Dated at Madison, Wisconsin this 25th day of February, 1991.
By Amedeo Greco /s/
Amedeo Greco, Arbitrator