Ira Grob, Inc., 626 (1962)
appear to be mainly with the included inspectors. Accordingly, we shall include the liaison inspectors in the unit.
Liaison quality control men : The relationship between the liaison quality control men and the quality control men is analogous to that between the liaison inspectors and the inspectors included by stipulation of the parties. When the quality control men are in doubt as to the suitability of a particular part, the liaison quality control men are called upon to make the decision. Since the interests of the liaison quality control men are closely related to those of the other quality control men who are included in the unit by stipulation of the parties, we shall include them in the unit.
Upon the entire record in this case, we find that the following employees of the Employer at its Montebello and Vernon, California, plants constitute a unit appropriate for the purpose of collective bargaining within the meaning of Section 9 (b) of the Act:' All production and maintenance employees including shipping men, truckdrivers, gauge inspectors, gauge inspector repairmen, receiving clerk, quality control men, all janitors (except those employed exclusively in the Vernon office), liaison inspectors, and liaison quality control men, but excluding the timekeeper, shipping room clerical employees, clerk typist-machine shop, chemist, material review inspector-aircraft, instructors, stock record clerk-raw and finished inventory clerk, production control clerk, production planner, ozalid clerk, toolcrib clerk, inspection clerk, stock scheduler, metallurgist, statistical clerk, statistical record clerk, field serviceman (properly called assembly field serviceman), stock record clerk, pattern storage man, expediters, toolroom clerk, office employees (except the janitor employed exclusively at the Montebello plant), clerical employees, guards, watchmen, professional employees, leadmen (working as well as nonworking), dispatchers, and all other supervisors as defined in the Act.
[Text of Direction of Election omitted from publication.] d Apart from the five disputed categories considered above, the inclusions and exclusions listed below are covered by a stipulation of the parties.
IRA GROB, INC. and LOCAL 31, FOOD, DISTRICT 65, RETAIL, WHOLESALE AND DEPARTMENT STORE UNION, CIO, PETITIONER. Case No.
2-RC-6842. October 28, 1954
Decision and Direction of Elections Upon a petition duly filed under Section 9 (c) of the National Labor Relations Act, a...
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