Meyer S. Ryder Papers
00107

Summary Information

Repository
Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections
Creator -
Ryder, Meyer S.
Creator - Author
Steigerwalt, Albert K., (Albert Kleckner), 1919-
Title
Meyer S. Ryder papers
ID
00107
Date [inclusive]
1953-1975
Extent
12.0 Cubic feet
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: "Item title, Collection title, Collection Identifier, Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections, East Lansing, Michigan".

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Scope and Contents note

The collection consists of transcripts of grievance arbitration proceedings heard by Meyer S. Ryder from a variety of firms throughout the United States. Also, one transcript heard by W.J. Lewis, an agreement, a publication of the King-Seeley Corporation, and correspondence to Ryder from David L. Burton. Over 3 cubic feet are devoted to cases against Republic Steel Company.

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Arrangement

Alphabetical plus 4 miscellaneous files at end.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections June 1976

Conrad Hall
888 Wilson Road, Room 101
East Lansing , MI, 48824
517-355-2330
archives@msu.edu

Revision Description

  January 2002

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.

Legal Status note

Copyright: Michigan State University Property Rights: Michigan State University Literary Rights: Dedicated to the Public

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to publish material from this collection must be obtained from University Archives & Historical Collections, Michigan State University.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • King-Seeley Thermos Co.. -- General subdivision--History;
  • Republic Steel Corporation. -- General subdivision--Employee grievances;

Personal Name(s)

  • Burton, David L.
  • Ryder, Meyer S.

Subject(s)

  • Grievance arbitration -- United States

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Collection Inventory

BOX 1 

Box
1

Armco Steel Corporation and United Steelworkers of America, Local 13 (7 volumes) 

1. Grievance Re: Unsafe Working. 2. April 13, 1962. Grievance Re: Unsafe Working Conditions. April 12, 1962 

3. Grievance Re: Job Classification. April 13, 1962 

4. Grievance Re: Incentive Rates. April 14, 1962 

5. Grievance Re: Seniority/Recall. April 14, 1962 

6. Grievance Re: Seniority/Work Schedules. April 14, 1962 

7. Grievance Re: Incentive Plan. April 14, 1962 

Bliss & Laughlin, Inc. and Local 2248, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Transfer of employee with less ability to a job another employee should have received September 10, 1964 

Breweries of Detroit and Brewery Workers' Local Union, Nos. 3, 38, and 181. Grievance Re: Payment of insurance premiums of striking employees June 27, 1958 

Brunswick Corporation and Local 1813, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO. Grievance Re: Company's refusal to produce job rate sheets for incentive-based jobs. August 7, 1967 

Charmin Paper Products Company and United Paper Makers and Paper Workers, AFL-CIO Local 126. Grievance Re: Company's arbitrary changing of work, wage rates, and working conditions. October 21, 1971 

Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company and United Steelworkers of America, Local 5000. Grievance Re: Reduction of workforce. February 23, 1973 

Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company and Utility Workers Union of America, Local 270 (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Call in for overtime. October 16, 1970 

2. Grievance Re: Performing work out of job classification. June 4, 1975 

Commonwealth Edison Company and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Locals, 1359, 1366, 1367 and 1399. Grievance Re: Transfer of employee out of promotional series. November 10, 1966 

Commonwealth Edison Company and Local 1460, The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. 2 volumes. Grievance Re: Does adding additional tasks to a job warrant a wage increase? November 15-16, 1973 

Continental Can Company and Local 1049, United Papermakers and Paperworkers (1 volume, 8 Grievances). November 19, 1963 

1. #666 Grievance Re: Job assignment. 

2. #911 Grievance Re: Refusal to allow tardy employee to work. 

3. #693 Grievance Re: Assignment of overtime. 

4. #104 Grievance Re: Assignment of overtime. 

5. #414 Grievance Re: Assignment of overtime. 

6. #420 Grievance Re: Assignment of overtime. 

7. #1263 Grievance Re: Assignment of overtime. 

8. #690 Grievance Re: Assignment of overtime. 

Continental Can Company and Local 642, United Papermakers and Paperworkers (4 volumes). 

1. 3 grievances April 29, 1970 

#22-21-1969 1. Failure to promote qualified employee. 

#22-17-1969 2. Assignment of overtime. 

#22-20-1969 3. Assignment of overtime. 

2. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. September 15, 1973 

3. Grievance Re: Failure to schedule employee for work during vacation shutdown. September 15, 1972 

4. 2 grievances. November 30, 1972 

#22-92-11 1. Failure to schedule senior employee for work during vacation shutdown 

#22-115-1971 2. Overtime assignment. 

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BOX 2 

Box
2

Detroit Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Local 88, Amalgamated Brewery, Soft Drink, Wine and Allied Industries. Grievance Re: Vacation pay reduced during strike. April 6, 1973 

Detroit Free Press and Local 22, Newspaper Guild of Detroit. Grievance Re: Refusal of company to dismiss employee who became delinquent in dues payment. February 9, 1973 

Donnor-Hanna Coke Corporation and Local 2268, United Steelworkers of America (7 volumes). 

1-2. Grievance Re: Contracting out. May 16-18, 1961 

3-4. Grievance Re: Failure to move senior workers into vacancy. April 30, 1963 

5. Grievance Re: Overtime assignment. May 1, 1963 

6. Grievance Re: Failure to move senior worker into vacancy. May 1, 1963 

7. Grievance Re: Dispute as to meaning of arbitration award. September 21, 1963 

Eastern Air Lines Inc. and International Association of Machinists, District 100 (27 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Assignment of work to nonunion employees. January 24, 1966 

2. Grievance Re: Suspension for arrest. June 6, 1968 

3. Grievance Re: Discharge for abuse of sick leave. May 23, 1973 

4. Grievance Re: Discharge for sleeping on job. May 24, 1973 

5. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. August 13, 1973 

6-9. Grievance Re: Discharge for prior convictions. November 1, 1973 

10. Grievance Re: Discharge for immoral acts (sexual advances made to passenger.) November 2, 1973 

11. Grievance Re: Suspensions and discharge for sleeping on job. January 18, 1974 

12. Grievance Re: Discharge for drinking on job. February 14, 1973 

13. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. February 15, 1974 

14. Grievance Re: Discharge for drunkenness. March 14, 1974 

15-17. Grievance Re: Discharge for drunkenness. March 15, 1974 

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BOX 3 

Box
3

Eastern Air Lines Inc. and International Association of Machinists, District 100 (27 volumes). [continued] 

18. Grievance Re: Discharge - absent from work station.  April 19, 1974 

19. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. May 2, 1974 

20-21. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. June 6-7, 1974 

22. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. June 20, 1974 

23. Grievance Re: Discharge for insubordination. September 20, 1974 

24. Grievance Re: Suspension of steward for threatening to cut-back production October 31, 1974 

25. Grievance Re: Discharge for theft. January 23, 1975 

26. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. January 24, 1975 

27. Grievance Re: Discharge for insubordination. April 22, 1975 

Evans Products Company and Local 2340, United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for walkout. November 7, 1956 

2. Grievance Re: Employees doing work not in their classification. March 18, 1958 

Fead (John L.) and Sons and Local 1018, Textile Workers Union of America (2 issues). March 27, 1953 

1. Layoff. 

2. Do supervisory employees, when assigned to regular production work, lose their supervisory status for purposes of exclusion from bargaining unit? 

Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and Local 186, United Rubber Workers of America (10 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for fighting. February 26, 1964 

2. Grievance Re: Denial of holiday pay. February 26, 1964 

3. Grievance Re: Piecework rates. February 26, 1964 

4. Grievance Re: Pay for time off for funeral. February 26, 1964 

5-8. Grievance Re: Piecework rates. February 26, 1964 

9. Grievance Re: Suspension for poor workmanship. February 26, 1964 

10. Grievance Re: Failure to provide relief worker for chief steward to handle grievances. February 26, 1964 

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BOX 4 

Box
4

Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and Local 100, United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers of America (14 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. June 22, 1964 

2. Grievance Re: Refusal to allow transfer. June 22, 1964 

3. Grievance Re: Piecework rates. June 23, 1964 

4. Grievance Re: Company change of machine standard. June 24, 1964 

5. Grievance Re: Piecework rates. June 24, 1964 

6. Grievance Re: Wage classification. September 28, 1964 

7. Grievance Re: Discharge for drunkenness. November 18, 1964 

8-9. Grievance Re: Non-bargaining unit personnel doing bargaining unit work. November 18, 1964 

10. Grievance Re: Unilateral use of "Work Measurements Formula". November 20, 1964 

11-12. Grievance Re: Company changing pay rates. January 4, 1965 

13. Grievance Re: Discharge for refusal of job assignment. January 5, 1965 

14. Grievance Re: Temporary assignment of employee to work outside his classification. January 6, 1965 

Gates Rubber Company and Local 154, United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers of America. Grievance Re: Discharge for refusal to accept unsafe assignment. September 5, 1964 

General Telephone Company of Michigan and Local 1172, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Grievance Re: Discharge for poor performance. December 15, 1960 

Glasgow (C.S.) Company and Local 1297, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Discharge for refusal to work overtime. July 16, 1958 

Glendale Foods, Inc. and Local 26, Amalgamated Meat Cutters & Butcher Workmen of North America. Grievance Re: Discharge for disobedience. 

Goodrich (B.F.) Tire Company and Local 743, Warehouse and Mail Order Employees Union. Two volumes. Grievance Re: Discharge for theft. January 31-February 1, 1961 

Hazel Park Racing Association, Inc. and Local 79, Service Employees International Union. Grievance Re: Loss of Pay due to Automation. November 17, 1971 

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BOX 5 

Box
5

Illinois Bell Telephone Company and System Council F-4, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. 6 volumes. Grievance Re: Discharge for bookmaking. June 6-17, 1962 

Inland Steel Company and Local 2099, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Disobedience. August 8, 1960 

Johns-Manville Glass Inc. and Glass Bottle Blowers Association. Grievance Re: Right of senior employee to replace probationary employee. September 30, 1959 

Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation and Local 4793, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Pay shortage - workers not paid for time equipment was not functioning. June 22, 1959 

Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation and Local 1357, United Steelworkers of America. (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Job classification. May 5, 6, and 23, 1960 

2. Grievance Re: Job Evaluation. June 16, 1960 

Kearney-Treacker Company and Employees Independent Union. Grievance Re: Job evaluation. September 21, 1965 

City of Lansing and Lansing City Fire Fighters. 8 volumes. Grievance Re: Refusal of City to bargain over economic issues. (Includes opinion of arbitration panel). September 17-October 2, 1970 

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BOX 6 

Lutz News Company and Teamsters Local 372. Grievance Re: Discharge for misconduct. February 1, 1972 

Mohon (R.C.) Company and United Steelworkers of America (4 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Contract interpretation - unilateral change of job context February 18, 1954 

2. Grievance Re: Job classification. May 6, 1958 

3. Grievance Re: Overtime denial. June 24, 1960 

4. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. January 30, 1961 

McLouth Steel Corporation and Local 2659, United Steelworkers of America (31 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for sleeping on job. December 27, 1956 

2. Grievance Re: Discharge for drinking - discharge for sleeping on job. May 14, 1957 

3. Grievance Re: Discharge for overstaying vacation. October 10, 1957 

4. Grievance Re: Discharge for theft. October 10, 1957 

5. Grievance Re: Job classification. Discharge for assault. December 12, 1957 

6. Grievance Re: Job classification. Improperly filling vacancy. January 7, 1958 

7. Grievance Re: Discharge for refusal to do assigned work and unsatisfactory work. April 15, 1958 

8. Grievance Re: Call-in pay. May 22, 1958 

9. Grievance Re: Automatic quit - employee walked off job without permission. June 18, 1958 

10. Grievance Re: Employee denies that he quit job - pleads unable to work because ill July 23, 1958 

11. Grievance Re: Layoff (seniority not applied). September 30, 1958 

12.Grievance Re: Unilateral change in working conditions. March 12, 1959 

13. Grievance Re: Discharge for misconduct. April 14, 1959 

14. Grievance Re: Wage rate. April 30, 1959 

15. Grievance Re: Discharge for sleeping on job. June 10, 1959 

16. Grievance Re: Discharge for sleeping and misconduct. July 7, 1959 

17. Grievance Re: Wage rate paid employees in temporary classification. April 7, 1960 

18. Grievance Re: Discharge for drunkenness. April 26, 1960 

19. Grievance Re: Job classification. May 24, 1960 

20. Grievance Re: Safety and health - inadequate ventilation. June 20, 1960 

21. Grievance Re: Discharge for refusal to perform work. July 11, 1960 

22. Grievance Re: Dispute over content of job description. January 17, 1961 

23. Grievance Re: Wage classification. March 28, 1961 

24. Grievance Re: Job classification. December 12, 1962 

25. Grievance Re: Discharge for drinking on job. March 5, 1963 

26. Grievance Re: Discharge for sleeping on job. April 2, 1963 

27. Grievance Re: Discharge for refusal to perform work, and drunkenness September 17, 1963 

28. Grievance Re: Discharge for sleeping on job. April 1, 1964 

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BOX 7 

Box
7

McLouth Steel Corporation and Local 2659, United Steelworkers of America (31 volumes). [continued] 

29. June 10, 1964. Grievance Re: Discharge for taking material from storeroom without authorization. 

30. July 9, 1964. Grievance Re: Work assignment protest. 

31. November 29, 1966. Grievance Re: Coverage under incentive plan. 

Michigan Bell Telephone Company and Communications workers of America. Grievance Re: Unilaterally changing job content; arbitrability of issue challenged. February 18, 1854 

Miller Brewing Company and Joseph Schultz Brewing Company and Local 9, Brewery Workers. 3 volumes. Grievance Re: Scheduling of vacations. September 22, 1965 

Mobil Oil Corporation and Local 7-456, Oil Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union. Grievance Re: Overtime assignment. October 1, 1968 

Monsanto Company and Local 7-196. Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union. Grievance Re: Refusal of union steward to perform assigned task. November 17, 1966 

Montgomery Ward and Company and Local 743, Warehouse and Mail Order Employees Union (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for theft (incomplete transcript). November 20, 1970 

2. Grievance Re: Deposition of witness in above case. February 18, 1971 

Palmer Shile Company and Local 157, UAW. Grievance Re: Discharge for refusal to accept job assignment. January 31, 1958 

Pan-American World Airways, Inc. and Flight Engineers' International Association. Grievance Re: Amount of retroactive pay due employees unjustly passed over for promotion. September 15, 1967 

Port Huron Sulphite and Paper Company and Local 193, International Brotherhood of Paper Makers. Grievance Re: Seniority rights of workers displaced by machinery. January 5, 1956 

Republic Steel Corporation, Ideal Foundry Division, and Local 2300, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Improper Classification of worker transferred from one position to another. August 10, 1953 

Republic Steel Corporation and Local 1338, United Steelworkers of America (3 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Senior employees denied extra work. June 2, 1958 

2. Grievance Re: Cutback of employees. June 2 and 3, 1958 

3. Grievance Re: Senior employees denied extra work. June 2, 1958 

Republic Steel Corporation and Local 3287, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Adjustment of incentive rate. June 4, 1958 

Republic Steel Corporation, Truscon Steel Division, and Local 2347, United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for threatening foreman. June 4, 1958 

2. Grievance Re: Layoff of senior employee. June 4, 1958 

Republic Steel Corporation, Niles Plant and Local 1338, United Steelworkers of America (3 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Work assignment. June 5, 1958 

2. Grievance Re: Schedule change. June 5, 1958 

3. Grievance Re: Schedule change. June 5, 1958 

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant, and Local 1375, United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Wage classification. June 6, 1958 

2. Grievance Re: Adjustment of incentive rate. June 6, 1958 

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant, and Local 1098, United Steelworkers of America (3 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Sex discrimination. June 9, 1958 

2-3. Grievance Re: Work assignment. June 9, 1958 

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BOX 8 

8

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant, and Local 2265, United Steelworkers of America (6 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Performing work out of job classification. June 10, 1958 

2. Grievance Re: Move-ups of unqualified workers. June 10. 1958 

3. Grievance Re: Failure to provide relief workers to senior workers. June 11, 1958 

4. Grievance Re: Failure to offer new job and rate of pay. June 11, 1958 

5. Grievance Re: Unsafe working conditions. June 12, 1958 

6. Grievance Re: Seniority. June 13, 1958 

Republic Steel Corporation, Stevens Plant and Local 3287, United Steelworkers of America. January 9-10, 1959. Grievance Re: Productivity standards. 

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant and Local 2265, United Steelworkers of America (6 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. July 31, 1961 

2. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. August 1, 1961 

3. Grievance Re: (Withdrawn). August 1, 1961 

4. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. August 2, 1961 

5. Grievance Re: Refusal to perform assigned work. August 3, 1961 

6. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. August 3, 1961 

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant, and Local 1098, United Steelworkers of America. August 17, 1961. Grievance Re: Improper lay-off. 

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant, and Local 1157, United Steelworkers of America (9 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Failure to assign overtime to senior worker. August 17, 1961 

2. Grievance Re: Loss of pay for misconduct. August 18, 1961 

3. Grievance Re: Failure to move-up senior worker. August 28, 1961 

4. Grievance Re: Should higher wages be paid when performing job of higher classification. August 28, 1961 

5. Grievance Re: Supervisors performing non-supervisory work. August 30, 1961 

6. Grievance Re: Loss of pay through negligence. August 30, 1961 

7. Grievance Re: (Continuation of above). August 31, 1961 

8. Grievance Re: (Continuation of above). September 1, 1961 

9. Grievance Re: Agreed Award. September 15, 1961 

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant, and Local 2265, United Steelworkers of America. 2 volumes. Grievance Re: Protest of working split-turns. September 11-12, 1961 

Republic Steel Corporation, Youngstown District and Local 1331 United Steelworkers of America (5 volumes). 

1-2. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. September 25, 1961 

3. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. September 26, 1961 

4. Grievance Re: Suspension for refusal to carry out work assignments. September 27, 1961 

5. Grievance Re: Unilateral changing of work hours by company. September 28, 1961 

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant and Local 1375, United Steelworkers of America (3 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. January 16, 1962 

2. Grievance Re: Loss of pay due to breakdown of equipment. January 16, 1962 

3. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. January 17, 1962 

BOX 9 

Box
9

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant, and Local 1375, United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Suspension for engaging in slowdown of work. January 18-19, 1962 

2. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. January 19, 1962 

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant and Local 1098, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. February 1, 1962 

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant, and Local 2265, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Suspension for failing to follow orders. 

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant, and Local 1375, United Steelworkers of America (5 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Failure of company to return to normal work schedule after slack period. February 7, 1962 

2-3. Grievance Re: Discipline for negligence. February 7, 1962 

4. Grievance Re: Discipline for strike action. February 8, 1962 

5. Grievance Re: Discipline for intoxication. February 8, 1962 

Republic Steel Corporation, Stevens Plant, and Local 3287, United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

1.Grievance Re: Seniority violation. February 9, 1962 

2. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. February 9, 1962 

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant, and Local 1375, United Steelworkers of America (5 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for excessive wage attachments. June 13, 1962 

2. Grievance Re: Loss of pay for inability to perform assigned work. June 13, 1962 

3. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. June 14, 1962 

4. Grievance Re: Holiday pay. June 14, 1962 

5. Grievance Re: Discharge for excessive wage attachments. June 14, 1962 

Republic Steel Corporation, Niles Plant, and Local 1338, United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. June 15, 1962 

2. Grievance Re: Discipline for absenteeism. June 15, 1962 

Republic Steel Corporation, Gadsden Plant, and Local 2176, United Steelworkers of America (5 volumes). 

1-2. Grievance Re: Unilateral change in working conditions. May 11, 1963 

3. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. May 14, 1962 

4. Grievance Re: Non-bargaining unit personnel performing bargaining unit work. May 14, 1964 

5. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. May 15, 1964 

Republic Steel Corporation, Youngstown Plant, and Local 1331, United Steelworkers of America (4 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Holiday pay. May 25, 1964 

2. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. May 25, 1964 

3. Grievance Re: Assignment of work in unauthorized area. May 26, 1964 

4. Grievance Re: Change in work schedule without proper posting. May 27, 1964 

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant, and Local 1375, United Steelworkers of America (3 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Incentive rates. January 20, 1965 

2. Grievance Re: Incentive rates. January 21, 1965 

3. Grievance Re: Incentive rates. January 22, 1965 

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BOX 10 

Box
10

Republic Steel Corporation, and Local 1033, United Steelworkers of America (9 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for failure to report to work. February 17, 1965 

2. Grievance Re: Discipline for safety violation. February 17, 1965 

3. Grievance Re: Elimination of position. February 18, 1965 

4. Grievance Re: Discipline for safety violation. February 19, 1965 

5-6. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. February 19, 1965 

7. Grievance Re: Discipline for poor workmanship. September 14, 1965 

8. Grievance Re: Discipline for safety violation and insubordination September 14, 1965 

9. Grievance Re: Pay rates. September 16, 1965 

Republic Steel Corporation, Gadsden Plant and Local 2176, United Steelworkers of America (9 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Denial to work double shift. July 26, 1966 

2. Grievance Re: Build-up of seniority while serving in supervisory position. July 26, 1966 

3. Grievance Re: Change of work schedule without notification. July 26, 1966 

4. Grievance Re: Discipline for negligence. July 27, 1966 

5. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. July 27, 1966 

6. Grievance Re: Contracting out of work. July 28, 1966 

7. Grievance Re: Discipline for negligence. July 28, 1966 

8. Grievance Re: Incentive rates. July 29, 1966 

9. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. July 29, 1966 

Republic Steel Corporation, Newton Falls Plant, and Local 2300, United Steelworkers of America (3 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. October 25, 1966 

2. Grievance Re: Discipline for refusing to accept unsafe assignment. October 25-26, 1966 

3. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. October 27, 1966 

Republic Steel Corporation and Local 1933, United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Incentive rates. November 1, 1966 

2. Grievance Re: Discipline for negligence. November 2, 1966 

Republic Steel Corporation, and Local 1200, United Steelworkers of America (6 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Scheduling of vacations. May 9, 1967 

2. Grievance Re: Safety hazard. May 9, 1967 

3. Grievance Re: Changing of posted work schedule. May 10, 1967 

4. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. May 10, 1967 

5. Grievance Re: Loss of incentive rates through breakdown of equipment. May 11, 1967 

6. Grievance Re: Payment of performing job in higher classification. May 11, 1967 

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant, and Local 6824, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Holiday pay. February 28, 1968 

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant, and Local 1375, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Incentive rates. February 28, 1968 

Republic Steel Corporation, and Local 1033, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. December 3, 1968 

Republic Steel Corporation, Youngstown Plant, and Local 1331, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Refusal to insurance claim. February 4-5, 1970 

Republic Steel Corporation, Warren Plant, and Local 1375, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. February 6, 1970 

Republic Steel Corporation and Local 1033, United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for sleeping on job. April 1, 1970 

2. Grievance Re: Discipline for assault. April 2, 1970 

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BOX 11 

Box
11

Republic Steel Corporation, Gadsden Plant and Local 2176, United Steelworkers of America (3 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Discharge for assault. July 7, 1970 

2. Grievance Re: Improper layoff. July 8, 1970 

3. Grievance Re: Overtime denial. July 10, 1970 

Republic Steel Corporation and Local 1126, United Steelworkers of America (3 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Arbitrary changing to work assignment. December 2, 1970 

2. Grievance Re: Loss of pay due to layoff (others performed same work). December 3, 1970 

3. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. December 3, 1970 

Republic Steel Corporation, Gadsden Plant, and Local 2176, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Discipline for drinking January 21, 1971 

Republic Steel Corporation and Local 1200, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Discharge for absenteeism. February 20, 1973 

Republic Steel Corporation, Cleveland Plant, and Local 2265, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. May 9, 1973 

Republic Steel Corporation, Youngstown Plant, and Local 1330, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Discipline for negligence. April 25, 1973 

Republic Steel Corporation, Youngstown and Local 3486, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Arbitrary elimination of two positions. April 24, 1973 

Republic Steel Corporation, Gladsden Plant and United Steelworkers of America (2 volumes). 

Grievance Re: Discipline for making threats (partial) - Seniority violation (partial). 

Retail Associates, Inc. and Local 128 and 633, Retail Clerks International Association. Grievance Re: Wage Progression and inventory overtime. May 6, 1957 

Socony Mobil Oil Company, Inc. and Local 7-389, Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union (3 volumes). 

1-2. Grievance Re: Non-bargaining unit employees Performing bargaining employees work. May 28, 1963 

3. Grievance Re: Non-bargaining unit employees performing bargaining employees work. October 15, 1963 

Stubnitz Spring Division, Hoover Ball and Bearing Company and Local 767, UAW. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. May 23, 1968 

Urbana School District #116 and Champaign-Urbana Teachers, Inc. (3 volumes). Grievance Re: Teacher preparation time in elementary school. May 8, 1971 

Valley Mould & Iron Company and Local 1029, United Steelworkers of America. Grievance Re: Discharge for Assault. May 10, 1974 

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Van Dorn Iron Works Company and Local 346, UAW-CIO. 2 volumes. Grievance Re: Transfer of operations and ability of employees to take old positions at new location July 18-19, 1963 

Warren (S.D.) Company and Local 1015, United Papermakers and Paperworkers, AFL-CIO (7 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Use of outside contractors. December 2, 1957 

2. Grievance Re: Discharge for wrongful conduct. December 2, 1958 

3. Grievance Re: Hiring outside labor. December 3, 1957 

4. Grievance Re: Discipline for refusing to perform work. January 16, 1958 

5. Grievance Re: Refusal to work outside job classification. January 16, 1958 

6. Grievance Re: Layoff. January 17, 1958 

7. Grievance Re: Operating equipment without supervision. January 17, 1958 

West Coast Airlines, Inc. and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (4 volumes). 

1. Grievance Re: Recall and seniority rights. May 15, 1968 

2. Grievance Re: Overtime and days of the work week. May 16, 1968 

3. Grievance Re: Seniority violation. May 16, 1968 

4. Grievance Re: Out of bargaining and out of contract. May 17, 1968 

Westinghouse Air Brake Company and Local 158, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers. Grievance Re: Discharge for health reasons. July 1, 1969 

Woman's Hospital and Public Employees Council #77, American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO. Grievance Re: Does union have sufficient interest to act as bargaining unit for certain employees? July 24, 1963 

The Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company and Local 485, C.I.O., Union of the Employees of the Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company. Grievance Re: Suspension and Discharge. February 19, 1963 

Miscellaneous Materials 

Agreement between Draper Motor Corporation and Local 155, UAW-CIO. August 29, 1951 

"People, Progress and Profits: A History of King-Seeley Corporation" Albert K. Steigerwalt, Associated Professor of Business History, University of Michigan 1957 

Correspondence from David L. Burton to Ryder July 11, 1958 

Transcript - Paul D. Austin vs. Reynolds Metals and Travelers Insurance Company (heard by W. J. Lewis). Job-related injury. December 7, 1955 

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