Arbitrator's Jurisdiction Sample Clauses

Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. The jurisdiction and authority of the arbitrator and his opinion and award shall be confined exclusively to the interpretation and/or application of the provision(s) of this Agreement at issue between the Union and the Administration. The arbitrator shall have no authority to add to, detract from, alter, amend, or modify any provision of this Agreement; to impose on either party a limitation or obligation not explicitly provided for in this Agreement; or to establish or alter any wage rate or wage structure. The arbitrator shall not hear or decide more than one grievance without the mutual consent of the Administration and the Union. The written award of the arbitrator on the merits of any grievance adjudicated within his jurisdiction and authority shall be final and binding on the aggrieved employee, the Union and the Administration, unless either party contests it before a court of competent jurisdiction as permitted by state law.
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Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. The arbitrator shall take such evidence as in his judgment is appropriate for resolution of the dispute; however, he shall confine himself to the issues for arbitration and shall have no authority to determine any other issue not so submitted which is not directly essential to reaching a determination on the dispute at hand. The arbitrator shall have no power to recommend any right or relief for any period of time prior to the effective date of the Agreement under which the grievance was initiated. In those issues wherein the grievant’s relief sought involves back pay or lost wages covering a period of an Employee’s payroll separation due to suspension or discharge, the amount of the award shall be less any unemployment compensation or interim earnings, received by the aggrieved Employee. Second jobs or sources of income which the Employee received while under employment will not be considered interim income and will not be deducted when awarding lost wages or back pay. The decision of the arbitrator shall be submitted in writing to the parties within thirty (30) calendar days of the hearing’s conclusion unless the deadline is mutually extended by the parties. The decision and award of the arbitrator shall be final and binding on the Union, its members, the aggrieved Employee(s) and the CITY. With respect to grievances involving misapplication or misinterpretation of this Agreement, the grievance and arbitration procedure contained in this Article shall be the sole and exclusive remedy available to employees, and the parties hereto as this procedure is intended to supersede all conflicting provisions of the Ohio Revised Code regarding any and all matters subject to the grievance procedures of this Contract or otherwise made subject to this Agreement. With respect to grievances involving disciplinary suspensions, demotions or dismissals the election of remedies, as set forth above, shall be mutually exclusive. Choice of binding arbitration shall thereafter preclude appeal to Civil Service or to Court. Appeal to Civil Service shall preclude access to binding arbitration. With respect to cases of suspension, demotion and discharge, the arbitrator shall decide:
Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. An arbitrator or Board of Arbitrators shall have no right to add to, take away or alter any condition of the Collective Agreement.
Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. The decision of the arbitrator on the issues presented shall be final and binding. The provisions for arbitration are not intended to, nor shall they be construed to apply to any dispute as to the terms and provisions to be incorporated in any proposed new agreement between the parties, or to any matter that the laws of the State of Iowa require to be resolved otherwise.
Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. 1) The Arbitrator shall take such evidence as in his judgment is appropriate for resolution of the dispute; however, he shall confine himself to the issue for arbitration and shall have no authority to determine any other issue not so submitted and which is not directly essential to reaching a determination.
Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. The jurisdiction and authority of the arbitrator and their opinion and award shall be confined exclusively to the interpretation and/or application of the express provision(s) of this Agreement at issue between the Union and the City. The arbitrator shall have no authority to add to, detract from, alter, amend, or modify any provision of this Agreement; to impose on either party a limitation or obligation not explicitly provided for in this Agreement; or to establish or alter any wage rate, wage structure, or new position. The arbitrator shall not hear or decide more than one (1) grievance without the mutual consent of the City and the Union. The written award of the arbitrator on the merits of any grievance adjudicated within their jurisdiction and authority shall be final and binding on the aggrieved employee, the Union and the City.
Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. The Arbitrator shall not have jurisdiction to alter or change the provisions of this Agreement or substitute new provisions in lieu thereof, nor to give a decision inconsistent with the terms or provisions of this Agreement. The Arbitrator shall have authority to alter or amend a disciplinary penalty.
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Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. The arbitrator’s powers shall be limited to the application and interpretation of this Agreement as written. He shall be at all times wholly governed by the terms of this Agreement, and they shall have no power or authority to amend, alter or modify this Agreement in any respect. The Union acknowledges that the Employer retains all rights not otherwise abrogated under the express terms of this Agreement, as generalized in Section 3.1 hereof. The arbitrator shall have no authority to rule upon job descriptions, work assignments (not reclassification), work standards or personnel requirements. If the issue of arbitrability is raised, the arbitrator shall only decide the merits of the grievance if arbitrability is affirmatively decided. Any reward of the arbitrator shall not be retroactive more than fifteen (15) days prior to the time that the grievance was first submitted in writing; provided, however, that in situations where the events causing the grievance were unknown to the grievant, if appropriate, the award may be retroactive not more than sixty (60) days prior to the time the grievance was first submitted in writing. The arbitrator shall have no authority to award interest on monetary awards. The arbitrator’s decision shall be final and binding on the Union, the County and its employees, provided, however, either party retains all legal rights to challenge arbitration and decisions thereof where the award was procured by fraud or undue means, or where the arbitrator was guilty of misconduct or exceeded their powers or jurisdiction. Nothing herein shall be construed as limiting either party from challenging the decision of the arbitrator as to arbitrability of an issue.
Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. The arbitrator’s jurisdiction shall be limited to the application and interpretation of this Agreement as written; he shall be governed wholly by the express terms of this Agreement. The arbitrator shall have no power or authority to amend, alter or modify this Agreement either directly or indirectly. The arbitrator shall have no authority to rule on the Employer’s reserved rights not otherwise abrogated by the express terms of this Agreement. If the issue of procedural arbitrability is raised, the arbitrator shall first decide that question before he shall be permitted to decide the merits of the grievance. The Union acknowledges that the arbitrator is limited by the express provisions of Managements Reserved Rights, Section 3.1(a) and that any grievance involving such exclusive rights shall not be arbitrable. The award of the arbitrator shall not be retroactive any earlier than the time the grievance could be presented and in no event prior to seventy-five (75) calendar days from the date the grievance was submitted in writing. The arbitrator’s decision shall be final and binding on the Employer, Union and employees in the bargaining unit, provided however, either party shall have the right to challenge the arbitrator’s decision or procedure in the courts, if the arbitrator has exceeded his jurisdiction as provided herein. All claims for back wages shall be limited to the amount of wages that the employee would otherwise have earned, less any unemployment compensation or compensation for personal services that the employee may have received from any source during the period in question.
Arbitrator's Jurisdiction. The arbitrator's powers shall be limited to the application and interpretation of this Agreement as written. The arbitrator shall, at all times, be wholly governed by the terms of this Agreement and shall have no power or authority to add to, amend, modify, nullify, or ignore in any way the provisions of this Agreement. It is the intent of the parties that the grievance and arbitration procedure shall be used during the life of this Agreement to resolve disputes which arise concerning the express provisions of this Agreement which reflect the relinquishment of specific rights by ACSET. If the issue of arbitrability is raised, the arbitrator shall only decide the merits of the grievance if arbitrability is affirmatively decided. No award by the arbitrator shall be retroactive more than five (5) days prior to the time that the grievance was first submitted in writing. The arbitrator's decision shall be final and binding on the Union, Employer and employee, provided, however, either party retains all legal rights to challenge arbitration and decisions thereof where the award was procured by fraud or undue means, where the arbitrator was guilty of misconduct or where the award is in excess of the arbitrator's authority or inconsistent with applicable law.
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