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March 10th, 2015
March 10th, 2015
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AJC Files Another Policy Grievance in Relation to Leave Reconciliation on Behalf of Former DOJ employees

The AJC has filed a new policy grievance in relation to leave reconciliation, this time on behalf of former Department of Justice (DOJ) employees.

This policy grievance is a precautionary measure and aims to avoid a lengthy debate on whether or not ex-DOJ employees are covered by the AJC original policy grievances on leave reconciliation.

On February 13th 2015, you will recall that the AJC published a communique regarding newly issued leave reconciliation letters that former DOJ employees started receiving.

While the AJC is of the view that the original grievances cover those recently affected, we do not want to take any chances.  

Former regular members of the AJC who wish to receive updates are encouraged to join the AJC as Associate Members. You can find information on associate membership by clicking here.  

Former DOJ employees can also consult the AJC's recently updated FAQ on leave reconciliation by clicking here.

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