Breach of statutory balloting procedures decision: Currie v Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS)
- Certification Officer
- Part of:
- Certification Officer decisions: breach of statutory balloting procedures
- First published:
- 16 September 2005
This document contains the decision made by the Certification Officer in this case.
Breach of statutory balloting procedures decision: Currie v Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) (D/35-36/05)
Ref: D/35-36/05 PDF, 156KB, 9 pages
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Complaints that the union had failed to hold an election for the post of General Secretary and that the claimant was unreasonably excluded from standing as a candidate. The Assistant Certification Officer found that an election for the post of General Secretary of the union had been held and that the claimant had not been unreasonably excluded from standing as a candidate in that election by a requirement to obtain 25 branch nominations. Sections 46(1) (a) and 47(1) of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992.
Published: 16 September 2005