Omitting examples of the specific “out-of-title” duties the employee alleges he or she was assigned in his or her out-of-title work grievance is a fatal flaw
New York State Corr. Officers & Police Benevolent Assn., Inc. v Governor's Off. of Empl. Relations, 2016 NY Slip Op 02280, Court of Appeals
DCC undertook its own comparison of the duties and responsibilities of CSSOs and SSO2s* and determined that the duties Tierney described in the grievance he filed did not constitute “out-of-title” duties but, rather, were consistent with the duties of a SSO2.