Together we support our fellow UPSC union brother and sister members as we work in Partnership with our employer to ensure our Contract is upheld. Click above if you’ve been given an assignment which you believe is potentially unsafe for you or your patients.
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Employees have rights during investigatory meeting/interviews. These rights are called
“Weingarten Rights” based on a 1975 Supreme Court decision.
If called into a meeting with your supervisor or manager to investigate a situation which might result in discipline, you have specific representational rights and should state:
“If this discussion could in any way lead to my being disciplined or terminated, I respectfully request that my UPSC steward be present at the meeting. Without representation present, I choose not to respond to any questions or statements.”