Complaint Sample Clauses

Complaint. To commence a proceeding, the complaining party (or parties) shall provide by certified mail, return receipt requested, a written Complaint to the BCBSA Corporate Secretary (which shall also constitute service on BCBSA if it is a respondent) and to any Plan(s) and/or Controlled Affiliate(s) named therein. The Complaint shall contain:
Complaint. Any employee having a complaint shall first take the matter up with her Supervisor when the employee became aware of the issue giving rise to the complaint. The Supervisor shall give a decision within seventy-two
Complaint. Any employee having a complaint shall first take the matter up with her Supervisor when the employee became aware of the issue giving rise to the complaint. The Supervisor shall give a decision within seventy-two (72) hours of such discussion. If the Supervisor’s decision is not satisfactory to the employee, the employee may refer the complaint to the Union Committee. Step One The Union Committee will then submit the grievance in writing to the Administrator, or designate within five (5) calendar days of the response. The Administrator shall respond to the grievance in writing to the Union Committee within five (5) calendar days of receipt. Step Two If the response is not satisfactory to the Union Committee, the parties shall arrange a meeting within five (5) calendar days of receipt of the Employer’s response to discuss the grievance. The meeting shall be attended by the Union Committee and representatives of the Employer. The Employer’s response shall be in writing within five (5) calendar days of the meeting. If the Union Committee is not satisfied with the response it may refer the grievance to arbitration as provided below within ten (10) calendar days of the receipt of the Employer’s response. The Union Chairperson will be provided with a reasonable time in advance of any Step 2 grievance meeting in order that he/she may prepare for such meeting.
Complaint. It is the mutual desire of the parties hereto that complaints of employees shall be dealt with as quickly as possible. It is understood that an employee has no grievance until he/she has first brought the complaint to the attention of his/her supervisor, or designate, orally or in writing and has given him/her an opportunity to resolve it within ten (10) business (not inclusive of weekends and holidays) days. Failing a resolution, the employee must file his/her grievance under Step 1 within seven (7) business (not inclusive of weekends and holidays) days after the circumstances giving rise to the grievance have occurred or ought to have reasonably come to the attention of the employee. Unless the complaint is regarding a disciplinary sanction issued by the supervisor or designate, the complaint will automatically be submitted at Step 2 of this procedure.
Complaint. During the performance of Services any deficiencies must be submitted in writing to the party providing the Services. If documentary evidence clearly shows that a party receiving the Service was aware of a deficiency in the Service or should have been aware of the deficiency in the Service exercising a highly professional standard of care, and that party fails to inform the other party within two weeks of becoming aware, the party receiving the Service cannot assert any claims or other rights against the other party resulting from the deficiency in the Service prior to notification, but the party receiving the Service can require the other party to correct the deficiency in the Service without undue delay. The party rendering the Service must correct the deficiency at its expense.
Complaint. A complaint is a written statement, which shall be expressly denominated "complaint", setting forth a grievance as hereinafter defined. A complaint shall aver all the known facts material to the alleged breach on which the grievance is based, including the date when such breach is alleged to have occurred and the specific contractual provisions alleged to have been breached, and shall set forth the remedy requested.
Complaint an Employee having a complaint shall bring her concern to the attention of her supervisor within seven (7) business days after the circumstances giving rise to the complaint. The supervisor shall respond in writing to the complaint within five (5) business days of receipt of the complaint.
Complaint. The aggrieved party shall file a complaint in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County, specifying the disputed claim as the cause of action upon which the complaint is filed. The complaint shall state that the complainant waives trial by jury.