Statute of limitations - duty of fair representation
Matter of Mankowski, 33 PERB 3032
Daniel M. Mankowski charged that the Public Employees Federation [PEF] violated it duty of fair representation when it failed to represent him in certain grievances he filed against his former employer, the State of New York.
PERB affirmed its administrative law judge’s dismissal of Mankowski’s petition as untimely, noting that he had filed it more than four months after his last contact with PEF.
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