Selected Labor & Employment Law

  • Published 2009

Abstract

Court holds that warehouse employees who were not guaranteed fixed hours or schedules and could bid for regular jobs as they became available were not "casual employees" as defined by the collective bargaining agreement (CBA), and the employer thus was required to contribute to fund on their behalf Even if the employer treated the employees as casual employees, such practice could not contravene the express terms of the CBA and the fund was not estopped from claiming that the employer owed contributions. Central States, Southeast, Southwest Areas Pension Fund v. Kroger Co., 226 F.3d 903 (7th Cir. Sept. 15, 2000).

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@inproceedings{2009SelectedL, title={Selected Labor & Employment Law}, author={}, year={2009} }