• Board of Labor Relations
  • Board of Labor Relations
  • 4641
  • Mar 01 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Low, Leech and Battey
A municipal employer can violate the Municipal Employee Relations Act, if the past practice is to grant union presidents leave to attend to union business, and the employer, in response to budget constraints, unilaterally changes the past practice and denies the union president's requests for leave.

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