1560 Greene v. Local Union 7777

Case No: 1560


While it is true that the Casino did not maintain a very precise account of the points assessed and removed from Greene’s record in accordance with the system described in its attendance policy, it is also obvious that the point system was never strictly enforced. Greene was not terminated for any particular point, but because he was unable to correct his excessive absenteeism. The Union’s conclusion that an arbitrator would refuse to order Greene’s reinstatement was rational based on this record.