BEFORE THE ARBITRATOR
In the Matter of the Arbitration of a Dispute Between
LOCAL 727-D, AFSCME, AFL-CIO
AMERICAN LUTHERAN HOME, INC.
Mr. Steve Hartmann, Staff Representative, Wisconsin Council
40, AFSCME, AFL-CIO, appearing
on behalf of the Union.
Weld, Riley, Prenn & Ricci, S.C., by Attorney Stephen L.
Weld, appearing on behalf of the
The Union and the Employer named above are parties to a 1997-1999 collective
agreement which provides for final and binding arbitration of certain disputes. The parties
requested that the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission appoint the undersigned
hear and resolve a grievance regarding uniforms. During the hearing on May 13, 1998 at
Wisconsin, the parties entered into an agreement to have the arbitrator issue the following
1. The Employer will provide one (1) shirt to all employees in the
bargaining unit as of May 13,
Shirts that were provided by the Employer pursuant to an earlier
settlement will count against the
Employer's requirement in #1 above.
Purchases by future employees and future purchases by current
employees are allocated as
follows: $10.00 (ten dollars) paid by the employee, the remainder paid by the Employer,
each shirt. The Employer agrees not to raise the issue of shirts in bargaining for the
The Autumn Village custodian has the right to work in the American
Lutheran Home during
the remainder of the contract term.
The Autumn Village custodian will be placed on the on-call schedule.
All available on-call
hours will be offered to the Union employee first.
The Autumn Village custodian will be treated as a part-time fill-in for
purposes (see Section 1.01). The Autumn Village custodian has to work less than 20
(twenty) hours per month.
Dated at Elkhorn, Wisconsin this 29th day of June, 1998.
Karen J. Mawhinney, Arbitrator