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Tally of Ballots - Case 14-RC-206299
The Washington University
Case Number: 14-RC-206299
Tally Type: Initial
Tally Issued Date: 10/26/2017
Ballot Type: Single Labor Organization
Single Labor OrganizationDate Filed: 09/15/2017Unit Location: St. Louis, MORegion Assigned: Region 14, Saint Louis, MissouriStatus: Closed on 11/14/2017Reason Closed: Withdrawal Non-adjustedUnit ID: ANo. of Eligible Voters: 494Void Ballots: 1Votes Against: 216Total Ballots Counted: 390Challenged Ballots: 174Challenges Determinative: YVotes for Labor Union1: 174
Labor Union1: Service Employees International Union, Local 1Union to Certify: Service Employees International Union, Local 1Voting Unit (Unit A): Included: All graduate students who are in departments and programs of the College of Arts and Sciences, housed on the Danforth Campus, who are working toward PhD degrees offered by the Employer’s Graduate School and who are employed by the Employer to provide instructional services in undergraduate or graduate classrooms or labs or to provide research services in a department or program of the College of Arts and Sciences, housed on the Danforth Campus, including, but not limited to, such workers known as Graders, Instructors, and Assistants to Instructor, also known as Teaching Assistants, Research Assistants, Instructional Aides, Mentored Teaching Experiences (MTE), and Mentored Research Experiences (MRE). Excluded: Guards and supervisors as defined by the Act and all other employees. OTHERS PERMITTED TO VOTE: At this time, no decision has been made regarding whether graduate students who are Master’s students or in the Institute of Materials Science & Engineering (IMSE) are included in or excluded from the instant bargaining unit, and individuals in those classifications may vote in the election but their ballots shall be challenged since their eligibility has not been resolved.