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What does DFR stand for?

DFR stands for Duty of Fair Representation

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On one view, a union's axiomatic adherence to a 'no consent' policy in termination applications having no regard for the merits of the termination, may be considered to be a violation of a duty of fair representation, ironically adversely affecting the remaining members of the union who may be financing through their union dues a spurious challenge to a legitimate termination of a last minute new union member.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD A federal court in Phoenix, Arizona, has found the US Airline Pilots Association (USAPA), a union that represents all US Airways pilots, liable in a Duty of Fair Representation lawsuit.
Based on research and interviews, the book includes cases from the major topics in a basic or advanced course of the subject, including coverage of the National Labor Relations Act, organizing, the scope of concerted activities, the duty of fair representation, economic weapons, collective bargaining, and enforcement of collective bargaining agreements.
If a union member loses the grievance, one of the first avenues of redress against the union is the utilization of the Labour Relations Board and laying Duty of Fair Representation charges against the union and respective union representatives.
The court held that the union fulfilled its duty of fair representation with respect to the grievances filed by the employee, and that the alleged conduct of shop stewards who refused to draft and file grievances could not be imputed to the union council.
1994, may have misinterpreted Schleier by deciding that payments to a taxpayer to settle a claim of breach of duty of fair representation were excludible from gross income under Sec.