Everyone was well aware of his shortcomings, including the chief union steward
When McClements complained about Bennett to her union steward
, she was warned not to take action or she might lose her job.
John Adams, the union steward
, was trying to respond to complaints from several of the workers.
If an employee requests representation by a union steward
or fellow employee, do not proceed without it, especially if the investigating interview may lead to discipline.
First, considering that Linda Lord belonged to a union, served as a union steward
, and took part in a strike, the authors might at least have told us which union she belonged to and given the subject some scholarly treatment.
Although Herald reporter and newsroom union steward
Tom Mashberg says he has some concerns about the joining of the nonunion CNC with the unionized Herald, he says most reporters are enthusiastic about the deal.
David Mahaffey, union steward
at Pearl, said the deal was less than perfect for workers, but he hesitated to criticize it.
She compares the women's experiences over the course of their careers as they enter the apprenticeships, join the union, develop their skills in the trade, and attempt to enter the leadership ranks as superintendent on the job or union steward
Impressed by Turner's ambition, Anderson connects him with a lawyer and helps him land a union job with good wages and benefits by vouching for him to a union steward
at a local hospital.
He also was elected union steward
of United Clerks International Local 1445 (now known as the United Food Workers Union) from 1974 to 1977 and negotiated two, three-year collective bargaining agreements for approximately 150 employees.
A union steward
even asked Beard to protest the bonus by not cashing his check.
The majority opinion gave "considerable" weight to the statements made by the union steward
, Ron Mohr, regarding the lack of employee support for the union.