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CFIRP Decision 2012-103

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2012-103

Although the Board found that the grievor had been provided with all the HEA benefits to which he was entitled under the CF IRP 2009, it could not say that the grievor had been treated fairly. In fact, the Board considered the policy in this regard to be shamefully and woefully inadequate. The Board observed that it had commented on this issue several times over the past two years and now considered the HEA issue to be so serious that it demanded the personal and immediate attention of the CDS, perhaps with the assistance of the Minister.

CDS: “The CDS reiterated his endorsement to the Board’s systemic recommendation in previous cases that the HEA provisions be reviewed.”

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Written by Major Marcus Brauer

February 22, 2015 at 15:07

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