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This profile was last updated on 11/20/12  and contains information from public web pages.

Labor Relations Specialist

New York State
 
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Employment History

  • Hearing Officer
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Presiding over the case is Hearing ...
www.oneidadispatch.com, 20 Nov 2012 [cached]
Presiding over the case is Hearing Officer John Trela, an Albany-based arbitration specialist. Trela is a member of the Public Employment Relations Board, with a background in mediation and fact-finding as a labor relations specialist for New York State United Teachers and Field Services for CSEA. Continued...
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Corcoran and Trela have worked together before.
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Trela is being paid $1,400 per day by Madison County for his services.
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In a ruling by Trela prior to Monday's hearing, the testimony of one witness was closed to the public after her attorney, Neal Rose, made a motion for her testimony to take place behind closed doors.
... It is strongly recommended that ...
www.dailyfreeman.com, 17 Jan 2015 [cached]
... It is strongly recommended that Mr. Rea be made whole in all respects for all losses incurred as a result of these charges and specifications and that his good name should be cleared of any wrongdoing, John Trela, the hearing officer, has written.
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The findings [of Trela] are no way supported by the record, Gallo, a lawyer, said in a court filing.
Required by Civil Service Law, a ...
www.oneidadispatch.com, 31 Jan 2014 [cached]
Required by Civil Service Law, a Section 75 hearing was conducted and hearing officer John Trela found Birch guilty of three of the five allegations against her. The county, after continuing to pay Birchs salary during her 18-month suspension, officially fired her in May.
The undersigned (hearing officer) has ...
www.dailyfreeman.com, 22 July 2014 [cached]
The undersigned (hearing officer) has determined that by substantial and convincing evidence, that the city has not met the required burden of proof and recommends that the charges preferred against (Rea) ... are to be dismissed in their entirety, John Trela, the hearing officer chosen by the city of Kingston to hear its case against the suspended chief, wrote in his July 18 decision.
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In his determination, Trela said it is critical to note that the testimony ... was not refuted, disputed or contested at the hearing and that the city didnt call witnesses to explain how the clause was eliminated.
The undersigned (hearing officer) has ...
www.dailyfreeman.com, 22 July 2014 [cached]
The undersigned (hearing officer) has determined that by substantial and convincing evidence, that the city has not met the required burden of proof and recommends that the charges preferred against (Rea) ... are to be dismissed in their entirety, John Trela, the hearing officer chosen by the city of Kingston to hear its case against the suspended chief, wrote in his July 18 decision.
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In his determination, Trela said it is critical to note that the testimony ... was not refuted, disputed or contested at the hearing and that the city didnt call witnesses to explain how the clause was eliminated.
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