Filing a Grievance Grievances may be filed by the Union on behalf of an employee or on behalf of a group of employees. If the Union does so, it will set forth the name of the employee or the names of the group of employees.
Time Limit for Filing No grievance shall be entertained or processed unless it is submitted at Step 1 within seven (7) business days after the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance or within seven (7) business days after the employee or the Union, through the use of reasonable diligence, could have obtained knowledge of the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance. A "business day" is defined to include Mondays through Fridays only, excluding legal holidays. If a grievance is not presented within the time limits set forth above, the right to file it shall be considered "waived." If a grievance is settled by mutual agreement or not appealed to the next step within the specified time limit or any agreed extension thereof, it shall be considered permanently withdrawn. If the Village does not answer a grievance or an appeal thereof within the specified time limits, the aggrieved employee and/or the Union may elect to treat the grievance as denied at that step and immediately appeal the grievance to the next step.
GRIEVANCE REPORT FORM Grievance School District Distribution of Forms
Statement of Grievance The grievance shall contain a statement of:
Grievance Forms Each grievance, request for review, and notice of arbitration must be submitted in writing on the appropriate form attached as Appendices C, D and E to this Agreement and shall be signed by the grievant. All grievance forms shall be dated when the grievance is received. If there is difficulty in meeting any time limit, the UFF representative may sign such documents for the grievant; however, grievant's signature shall be provided prior to the Step 2 meeting.
Forms of Cooperation Development cooperation may take the form of technical or financial cooperation, humanitarian or emergency assistance. It may be carried out either on a purely bilateral basis, or also in cooperation with other donors and/or multilateral organisations.
Responsibility for Filing Tax Returns Buyer shall prepare or cause to be prepared and file or cause to be filed all Tax Returns for the Company that are filed after the Closing Date. Buyer shall permit the Interest Owners to review and comment on each such Tax Return described in the preceding sentence prior to filing.
Filing a Complaint If an employee believes that they have been harassed and/or discriminated against on the basis of any prohibited ground of discrimination, there are specific actions that may be taken to put a stop to it. First, request a stop of the unwanted behaviour. Inform the individual that is doing the harassing or the discriminating against you that the behaviour is unwanted and unwelcome. It is advisable to document the events, complete with times, dates, location, witnesses and details. However, it is also understood that some victims of discrimination or harassment are reluctant to confront their harasser or they may fear reprisals from the harasser, lack of support from their work group, or disbelief by their supervisor or others. The incident should be brought to the attention of your Supervisor and/or Committeeperson.
Forms of Discipline Discipline includes oral and written reprimands, reduction in pay, suspension, demotion, and discharge.
Notification to Unsuccessful Job Applicants The parties agree that any unsuccessful candidate for an ONA job posting will be notified, in writing, within one (1) week of the decision being made and prior to the posting of the name of the successful candidate. The parties further agree that the above notification will be copied to the ONA Bargaining Unit President.