Grievances filed in UIHC monitoring case

BY DI STAFF | MARCH 31, 2011 7:20 AM

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A local union has filed two grievances with the University of Iowa following an incident in which a supervisor allegedly used a baby monitor to eavesdrop on employees, the Cedar Rapids Gazette has reported.

Earlier this month, UI Hospitals and Clinics officials took disciplinary action against two staff members who allegedly set up the monitor.

A UI statement about the action said discipline came after an internal investigation.

John Stellmach, the president of the AFSCME Local 12, told The Daily Iowan in February the union has made improvements to its grievance process, which includes parties going before a grievance panel.

— by Sam Lane

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