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I have asked my union and have not received clear answers to these questions. If a supervisor brings an employee in to the office, does the supervisor have the responsibility of informing the employee that such interview may lead to discipline? Once the employee feels the questioning is leading to possible discipline, if the employee makes a comment, "Uhh, do I need my union rep here with me? I think I do.", does the interview have to cease immediately so that the employee can seek the rep to continue? If the supervisor continues the interview, and then uses any information obtained, AFTER the employee requested a union rep, can that information be used to discipline the employee?Also, if the supervisor, and management as a whole, has called the Union in the past to be with an employee during questioning over serious allegations, and did not do so for this employee, is that an issue?