Formal Procedure Sample Clauses

Formal Procedure. No different or additional Work or contractual obligations will be authorized or performed unless contemplated within the Scope of Work and memorialized in an amendment or modification of the Contract that is executed in compliance with this Article. No waiver of any term, covenant, or condition of the Contract will be valid unless executed in compliance with this Article. Contractor will not be entitled to payment for Work that is not authorized by a properly executed Contract amendment or modification, or through the express written authorization of HHSC. Any changes to the Contract that results in a change to either the term, fees, or significantly impacting the obligations of the parties to the Contract must be effectuated by a formal Amendment to the Contract. Such Amendment must be signed by the appropriate and duly authorized representative of each party in order to have any effect.
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Formal Procedure. To initiate a grievance the grievant(s) and/or the Union shall complete the Grievance Form, which provides a statement of the facts surrounding the grievance, the provision(s) of this Agreement violated and the remedy requested.
Formal Procedure. 5.4.1 Step 1: If, as a result of the informal discussion, the matter is not resolved to the satisfaction of the employee, the employee may set forth the grievance in writing to the principal. The written grievance shall specify the nature of the grievance, the date of occurrence, the specific provisions in this Agreement that allegedly were violated, and the remedies sought. The principal may communicate his/her decision to the employee in writing within five (5) days of receipt of the written grievance.
Formal Procedure. The grievance shall state the specified alleged violation or condition with proper reference to the contract Agreement and state the remedy requested. It shall also set forth names, dates and any other related facts, which will provide a sound basis for complete understanding of any such grievance.
Formal Procedure. Level One: The administrator will arrange for a meeting to take place within five (5) days after the receipt of the Level One grievance. The administrator shall provide the grievant and the Association with a written answer to the grievance within five (5) days after the meeting. Level Two: If the grievant is not satisfied with the disposition of his/her grievance at Level One, the grievance may be appealed to the Superintendent. The Superintendent or his/her central office designee shall arrange with the grievant(s) and/or the Association for a hearing to take place within five (5) days of the receipt of the appeal. The grievant and the administration shall have the right to include in the presentation such witnesses and counselors as they deem necessary to develop facts pertinent to the grievance. If either party intends to bring legal counsel to this hearing, prior notification of at least two (2) days shall be provided to the other party. The Superintendent or his/her central office designee shall provide the grievant and the Association with a written answer to the grievance appeal within five (5) days after the hearing. The Superintendent may also direct the parties to submit the grievance to an Alternative Solution Panel before making an appeal to the Board at Level Three. The grievant may also request the grievance to be submitted to an Alternative Solution Panel before making an appeal to the Board at Level Three. If the grievance has not been solved by the conclusion of the Level Two hearing and either the Superintendent has directed or the grievant has request that the parties submit the grievance to the Alternative Solution Panel before making an appeal to the Board at Level Three, an Alternative Solution Panel consisting of two (2) members appointed by the administration and two members appointed by the SACT shall meet with the grievant(s) within ten (10) days of the Level Two decision in an attempt to find a solution to the grievance prior to appealing the grievance to the Board at Level Three. Level Three: If the decision at Level Two is unsatisfactory, the grievant shall have the right to submit the grievance to the Board of Education. Request for a hearing before the Board must be made to the President of the Board, in writing, within five (5) days after the decision has been submitted to the grievant in the Level Two process, or if the Alternative Solution Panel was utilized by the parties, within five (5) days of the recommendation made ...
Formal Procedure a. Step 2 - If the potential grievance is not resolved through informal discussions within ten (10) days after the Step 1 meeting or after the expiration of the Step 1 timeline, the grievant may submit his grievance and a request for a Step 2 meeting in writing and sign it. The written grievance must include:
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Formal Procedure. In the event informal resolution is not achieved, COUNTY and PROVIDER shall follow the following procedure to resolve all disputes:
Formal Procedure. Step 1: In the event satisfactory resolution is not achieved through informal discussion, the grievant, within twenty (20) days following the act or omission giving rise to the grievance or the date on which the grievant reasonably should have known of such act or omission if that date is later, shall complete and forward to the administrator whose action or decision is being contested the written signed grievance form (Appendix A). Notice in writing that a decision will be effective at a future date shall constitute an act for purposes of initiation of this grievance procedure. A grievance so presented shall be answered in writing within twenty (20) days of receipt of the grievance.
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