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Tally of Ballots - Case 06-RC-245112

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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Case Number: 06-RC-245112
Tally Type: Initial
Tally Issued Date: 08/14/2019
Ballot Type: Single Labor Organization
  • Single Labor Organization
    Date Filed: 07/18/2019
    Unit Location: Pittsburgh, PA
    Region Assigned: Region 06, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Status: Closed on 08/22/2019
    Reason Closed: Certific. of Representative
    Unit ID: A
    No. of Eligible Voters: 321
    Void Ballots: 0
    Votes Against: 106
    Total Ballots Counted: 292
    Challenged Ballots: 13
    Votes for Labor Union1: 173
    Labor Union1: United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial and Service Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, CLC
    Union to Certify: United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial and Service Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, CLC
    Voting Unit (Unit A): Overall Unit consisting of the employees in Units A and B: All full-time and regular part-time library services, support staff, and professional employees at the Employer’s 19 public locations, the Library Support Center, and the substitute pool, including all pages, stock handlers, clerks, senior clerks, library assistants, specialists (children’s, clerical, school outreach, community engagement, and technology support), nonsupervisory librarians, nonsupervisory senior librarians, technicians, development assistants and associates, SQL database administrators, development database administrators, systems administrators, web developers, designers, service integration leads, programs and partnerships assistants, civic data leads, nonsupervisory digitization & special projects leads, and digitization technicians. Excluding all temporary employees, guards, shipping drivers, custodial staff, confidential administrative clerical employees, department managers, library services managers, coordinators, unit heads, library services administrators, directors, and supervisors as defined in the Act, including supervisory lead librarians, supervisory senior librarians, clerical supervisors, customer and account services supervisors, and shelving and materials services supervisors. VOTING GROUP -UNIT A (PROFESSIONAL UNIT) All full-time and regular part-time professional employees at the Employer’s 19 public locations, the Library Support Center, and the substitute pool, including all nonsupervisory librarians, nonsupervisory senior librarians, SQL database administrators, systems administrators, web developers, civic data leads and nonsupervisory digitization & special projects leads. Excluding all temporary employees, guards, shipping drivers, custodial staff, confidential administrative clerical employees, department managers, library services managers, coordinators, unit heads, library services administrators, directors, and supervisors as defined in the Act, including supervisory lead librarians, supervisory senior librarians, clerical supervisors, customer and account services supervisors, and shelving and materials services supervisors, and all non-professional employees as set forth in Unit B. VOTING GROUP -UNIT B (NON-PROFESSIONAL UNIT) All full-time and regular part-time library services, support staff, and nonprofessional employees at the Employer’s 19 public locations, the Library Support Center, and the substitute pool, including all pages, stock handlers, clerks, senior clerks, library assistants, specialists (children’s, clerical, school outreach, community engagement, and technology support), technicians, development assistants and associates, development database administrators, designers, service integration leads, programs and partnerships assistants, and digitization technicians. Excluding all temporary employees, guards, shipping drivers, custodial staff, confidential administrative clerical employees, department managers, library services managers, coordinators, unit heads, library services administrators, directors, and supervisors as defined in the Act, including supervisory lead librarians, supervisory senior librarians, clerical supervisors, customer and account services supervisors, and shelving and materials services supervisors, and all professional employees as set forth in Unit A. Others permitted to vote: The parties have agreed that Deborah Priore, Kathy Maron-Wood, Kimberly Chrobak, Brooke Sansosti, Melissa McKenna, Danelle Doty, Bethany Zovko, Henry Dragenflo, Jeanne Nikolaison, Erin Scioli , Laura Knouff, Gabrielle Bucci, Sierra Baril, Erika Hedin, Andrea McNeill, Dalia Sapon-Shevin, Bonny Yeager, Gabrielle Lee, Lauren Zabelsky, Jamie Collett, and Angela Wiley may vote in the election but their ballots will be challenged since their eligibility has not been resolved. No decision has been made regarding whether the individuals in these classifications or groups are included in, or excluded from, the bargaining unit. The eligibility or inclusion of these individuals will be resolved, if necessary, following the election.
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