A Grievance. A grievance is a complaint or allegation by a member of the bargaining unit that there has been a violation of a specific provision(s) of this Agreement. A grievance may be a group grievance if, in the opinion of the Administration and the CSU-AAUP, an individual's grievance alleges a violation which affects a substantial number of employees as it relates to certain provisions of this Agreement. Through the mechanism of the group grievance, the related grievances of similarly situated employees, whether filed or not, will be consolidated into one proceeding, the outcome of which will be binding on all parties, actual or potential. Once classified as a group grievance, the dispute will be handled pursuant to the existing procedure. A grievance may also be a complaint or allegation by the CSU-AAUP that there has been (1) a violation of the rights of the CSU-AAUP as set forth in this Agreement, or (2) an act or failure to act by the Administration which violates this Agreement. Examples of a chapter Grievance by the CSU-AAUP shall include, but not be limited to, a violation of Article 12.1.B. (College Lecturers), Article 12.4 (Visiting Appointments), Article 16.10 (Financial Exigency and Academic Reorganization), Article 31 (Chapter Rights), Article 37.3 (Contract Implementation Committee), and other Articles regarding the Administration’s obligation to provide the Chapter with information.
A Grievance is a dispute raised by an employee or employees or the Company or the Union as to the meaning or application of a provision of the Agreement. A grievance must specify the issue(s) involved and also specify the action requested on behalf of the grievor. In case of discharge, the Company will notify the Local Union prior to dismissal, where possible; but no later than the following day shift.
A Grievance. For purposes of clarification, the processing of job-related grievances shall be directed to the immediate Supervisor to whom the employee normally reports. In the case of a grievance arising from a job selection interview, then the grievance shall begin at Step Two Limits The time limits relative to Grievance Procedure and Arbitration under Article 7 and Article 8 are mandatory and not simply directory, unless otherwise agreed to in writing between the Parties. It is agreed that failure to process a Grievance or an Arbitration case within the appropriate time limits set out will be an absolute bar to further proceedings, and in such cases the Grievance will be forfeit and deemed to have been abandoned. Time limits may be mutually extended in writing. Complaint It is the mutual desire of the Parties that the complaints of employees shall be adjusted as quickly as possible. An employee who has a complaint must bring that complaint to the attention of the immediate Supervisor within five working days of when the employee became or ought reasonably to have become aware of the occurrence which gave rise to the complaint. It is understood that no employee has a Grievance until the immediate Supervisor has been given an opportunity to adjust the complaint and verbally reply, which shall be a maximum of three working days from the presentation of the complaint.
A Grievance. If the decision of the Executive Director, Human Resources is not satisfactory or if none is communicated within the time limit referred to above, the grievance may be submitted--within ten (10) working days after the expiry of the time limit set out in Article above, for the written communication of the decision of the Executive Director, Human Resources--by the Union to arbitration as set forth in Article (a) and
A Grievance. Within ten (10) working days following the receipt of the Grievance, the Executive Director, Human Resources shall give the opportunity to have the grievance presented at a meeting arranged for that purpose. In addition to the concerned, up to three (3) representatives of the local Union, for example, the appropriate Xxxxxxx, the Chief Xxxxxxx and the Local President as well as a Staff Representative from the Ontario Public Service Employees Union shall have the right to be present. The Executive Director, Human Resources may invite to the meeting such other persons (for example, the appropriate Supervisor, Manager, Director or Xxxx), as considers advisable to a maximum of five (5). shall render decision on the grievance in writing either at the meeting or within ten (10)working days from the conclusion of the meeting.
A Grievance as defined herein ans1ng directly between the Employer and the Union shall be originated under STEP TWO. However, it is expressly understood that the provisions of this paragraph may not be used by the Union to institute a grievance directly affecting an employee or employees which such employee or employees could themselves institute and the regular Grievance Procedure shall not be thereby by-passed. Any grievance by the Employer or the Union as provided in this paragraph shall be commenced within fifteen (15) days after its occurrence or from the date the Employer or the Union ought reasonably to have been aware of the occurrence of the circumstances giving rise to the grievance.