Labor Relations Links
Labor Relations Contacts
The Labor Relations department at WCU is responsible for the
administration of the AFSCME, APSCUF, OPEIU, SCUPA and SPFPA
collective bargaining agreements.
This includes the following functions:
- Representing the University at various meet and discuss sessions.
- Providing advice and labor relations training to the University
managers on contract implementation and interpretation issues.
- Investigating and responding to grievances on behalf of the
- Serves as neutral third party in mediated sessions.
- Partner with PASSHE Labor Relations staff and the university's legal
representative to provide documentation and other support to the
- Investigating complaints, scheduling PDC's, and administering
SEAP provides all WCU Employees up to three free sessions with a SEAP
counselor for each concern or problem, and the benefit renews each calendar
year. Through the SEAP program, you and your family can receive no-cost,
confidential, and personal support for a wide range of issues.
or 1-800-824-4306 (TDD)
liveandworkwell.com access code: Pennsylvania
How can SEAP help me?
- Alcohol or drug dependencies
- Aging parents
- Coping with grief & loss
- Debt management
- Eating disorders
- Financial counseling
- Legal advice
Marital & relationship issues
Parenting & family concerns
Work related issues
Since each disability and accommodation is unique, contact Trish Seningen or Lauren Hilferty, Department of Labor Relations, to discuss non-workers comp related disabilities. The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) website provides an A to Z list of Disabilities and Accommodations.
ADA Accommodation Form
AFSCME Witness Statement
FLSA - Fair Labor Standards Act
Performance Development Plan
Public Employee Relations Act
Effectively Implementing a Performance Development Plan for Underperformers
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