Decision. The decision by the arbitrator shall be rendered within thirty (30) days after the close of the hearing. Decisions by the arbitrator in cases properly before him shall be final and binding upon the parties, subject, however, to the limitations of arbitration decisions as provided by the P.E.L.R.A.
Decision. Any decision or award of the arbitrator is final and binding on the parties to the arbitration proceeding. The parties agree that the arbitration award may be enforced against the parties to the arbitration proceeding or their assets wherever they may be found and that a judgment upon the arbitration award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.
Decision. (a) The decision of the majority shall be the decision of the Board of Arbitration. Where there is no majority decision, the decision of the Chair shall be the decision of the Board of Arbitration. The decision of the Board of Arbitration shall be final and binding and enforceable on all parties, but in no event shall the Arbitrator/Board of Arbitration have the power to change the Collective Agreement or to alter, modify or amend any of its provisions.
Decision. The decision by the arbitrator shall be rendered within thirty (30) days after the close of the hearing. Decisions by the arbitrator in cases properly before him/her shall be final and binding upon the parties, subject, however, to the limitations of arbitration decisions as provided in the P.E.L.R.A. The arbitrator shall issue a written decision and order including findings of fact that shall be based upon substantial and competent evidence presented at the hearing. The arbitrator shall swear all witnesses upon oath.
Decision. The Unit Head or representative shall issue a written decision, stating the reasons therefore, to grievant’s Step 1 representative within thirty (30) days following the conclusion of the meeting. Thirty days shall be determined by a receipt executed by the office receiving the grievance, or by the date of mailing as determined by the postmark. In the absence of an agreement to extend the period for issuing the Step 1 decision, the grievant may proceed to Step 2 if the grievant’s Step 1 representative has not received the written decision by the end of the 30th day following the conclusion of the Step 1
Decision a. Following the hearing, the arbitrator shall promptly prepare and submit to the parties to the hearing a decision in the case. The decision shall contain and be limited to specific factual findings relating to the facts alleged in the disciplinary order and any facts asserted by the appellant for purposes of defense or mitigation; a determination of legal issues, if any; a determination of whether the facts found constitute good cause for discipline; and an order that affirms, modifies or sets aside the order of disciplinary action imposed by the appointing authority.
Decision. The decision by the arbitrator will be rendered within a time schedule mutually agreed to. Decisions and awards by the arbitrator in cases properly before him/her will be final and binding upon the parties, subject however, to the limitations of the arbitration decisions as provided in the PELRA of 1971, as amended. Subd. 5. Expenses: Each party will bear its own expenses in connection with arbitration, including expenses relating to the party's representative, witnesses, and any other expenses which the party incurs in connection with presenting its case in arbitration. A transcript or recording will be made of the hearing at the request of either party. The parties will share, equally, fees and expenses of the arbitrator and any other expenses that the parties mutually agree are necessary for the conduct of the arbitration. The cost of a transcript or recording will be borne by the party requesting it.