Id. at 5, 8. The Arbitrator also found that the grievant was provoked by the Chief’s “intemperate manners” towards her. Id. at 9. Moreover, the Arbitrator determined that the Chief failed to appreciate that the grievant was acting in her official Union capacity,
with equal status to the Chief, and that this had contributed to the grievant’s tone. Id. at 6-8. He also determined that the record failed to demonstrate that the grievant’s behavior constituted “flagrant misconduct” as charged by the Agency, or that her actions became “designed” once the Chief entered the room. Id. at 9.
here; and (2) were for conduct unrelated to Union activity. Id. at 10-11. The Arbitrator concluded that the Agency did not have just cause for the suspension as required by the CBA. Id. Consequently, he found it unnecessary to decide the second stipulated issue
regarding a ULP. Id.