The Grievance Corner is reprinted from the CSA News.
||Grievance Director Bob Reich writes a regular column each month in the CSA News. His topics include salary, annual leave, grievances, letters-to-the-file, leaves-of-absence, arbitrations, legal decisions and other timely information. Below, you may download PDFs of his columns for easy reference.
Summer 2012 – Caution: New Job Ahead Carries Risk
June 2012 – Time of Year to Talk About Ratings
May 2012 – Take Our Advice and Don't Talk Without a Rep
April 2012 – DOE Sleight-of-Hand with Transformation
March 2012 – Deconstructing Your DOE Paystub
February 2012 – Time to Think About Summer School Assignments
January 2012 – Proper Implementation of PPR Is a Yearlong Affair
December 2011 - Contract Outlines the Rules of Per Session Activity
November 2011 – Leaves of Absence, Sick Leave and Sabbaticals
October 2011 – A Quick Refresher Course on What Is a Grievance
September 2011 – Knowledge of Chancellor's Regulations Is Not Optional
June 2011 – We'll Help You Through the Ratings Appeal Process
May 2011 – What Professional Development You Need to Maintain Certificate
April 2011 – We'll Support You Through Difficult Times
March 2011 – Annual Summer School Selection Process Begins Anew
February 2011 – Enhancing the "Accountability" Factor
January 2011– Move Carefully Among Rule "Landmines"
December 2010 – What Will More Investigative Staff Mean for CSA Members
November 2010 – CSA Awaits Arbitration Decision on Bonus Earnings
October 2010 – Make Sure Conflicts of Interest Don't Trip You Up
September 2010 – New Year Is a Good Time to Review Your Pay Check