Grievance and Arbitration. Any dispute regarding the interpretation or application of any portion of this layoff provision shall be resolved solely through the grievance and arbitration procedure.
Grievance and Arbitration. Casual employees have access to the grievance and arbitration procedures. (Reference Article 9 Grievances and Article 10 Arbitration.)
Grievance and Arbitration. Any difference concerning the interpretation, application, or administration or alleged violation of the provisions of this Agreement shall be dealt with in the following procedure. Should the Association or the Company wish to initiate a grievance, it shall commence at Step Three of the grievance procedure. Step OneAn employee who feels they have a grievance shall discuss the matter with their supervisor, or in the case of a selection grievance, with the hiring supervisor. The matter should be raised without undue delay, but in any event should be raised within thirty (30) calendar days of knowledge of the event giving rise to the dispute. An Association Representative shall be present for this meeting unless the griever requests that the Representative not attend. The supervisor shall reply within two(2) working days of the meeting. Step TwoFailing satisfactory settlement at step one, the Association may submit the grievance in writing to the business unit Director, who shall arrange a meeting with the Association Representative. The business unit Director shall reply within five (5) working days of the meeting.Step ThreeFailing satisfactory settlement at step two, the Association may submit the grievance to the Director of Human Resources who shall arrange a meeting with the Association Representative. The Director of Human Resources shall reply within five (5) working days of the meeting. A Company initiated grievance shall be submitted to the Association Business Manager. Step FourFailing satisfactory settlement at previous steps, the grieving party (Association or Company) may refer the grievance to arbitration by serving notice to the Company or the Association, as the case may be. Notice to arbitrate must be filed with the Company or the Association within thirty (30) working days following the decision from the previous step. By mutual agreement, any step may be bypassed, or any expressed time limit waived. Arbitration ProcedureThe parties shall discuss the appointment of a sole Arbitrator or panel. Where no agreement is reached, the matter shall be heard by a three (3) member Arbitration Board. Each party shall advise the other in writing of their appointee to the Board, and the appointees shall appoint a third person who shall be the chairperson. In the event that either party fails to identify its appointee, or the appointees fail to agree on a chairperson, then either party may request that the appropriate government Minister make the necessar...
Grievance and Arbitration. A grievance is a claim that the Employer has violated a provision of this Agreement. An honest and earnest effort will be made to settle grievances according to the following steps and procedures. All grievances shall be in writing and shall set forth the article or section of the Agreement alleged to have been violated and the specific remedy requested. In order to be considered, a grievance must be filed on the form provided by the Union within fourteen (14) days of the occurrence of the event which gave rise to the grievance, or within fourteen (14) days after the grievant knew or should have known of the facts which are the subject of his/her grievance. Days for which an employee is on authorized leave shall not be counted in calculating the fourteen (14) day time limitation. Prior to filing a grievance, an employee shall first attempt to resolve the matter informally with the employee's supervisor or designee. This informal discussion may be waived only by agreement of the Employer and the Union in writing.Step 1. The grievance shall be presented to the employee's supervisor or designee. Upon request of the grievant, the employee's representative may be present. The supervisor or designee shall respond in writing within seven (7) days from the date the grievance is received. Step 2. If the grievance is not resolved at Step 1, it may be appealed in writing to the Director or designee by the employee within ten (10) days of the answer at Step
Grievance and Arbitration. The provisions of Article Eleven of the Master Agreement, “Grievance and Arbitration” shall apply.
Grievance and Arbitration. With the exception of disputes subject to the expedited procedures described in Section 2 below, the following grievance and arbitration procedures apply to arbitrable disputes (notwithstanding the process below, the Union will follow the arbitration provisions contained in the Basic Agreement):
Grievance and Arbitration. This Article does not apply to disputes concerning promotion or tenure, which are covered by the appeals procedures of Articles 12 and 13.
Grievance and Arbitration. Except as in disciplinary provisions of 11.1 and 11.2 above, a difference, complaint or dispute (hereinafter called a grievance) between the Employer and the Union or any of the employees of the Employer it represents, arising out of the circumstances or conditions of employment, shall be exclusively settled in the following manner.There shall be no interruption of the operation of the Employer. It is agreed that the time limitations set forthherein are of the essence and that no action or matter not in compliance therewith shall be considered the subject of a grievance unless said time limitations are extended by written agreement of both parties to this Agreement.Failure of the Employer to answer a grievance within the time limits herein shall permit the Union to advance the case to the next Step. The Union will be informed of and allowed to be in attendance at all grievance or disciplinary hearings. The Union shall send written notice to the Department Head notifying him/her of automatic advancement to the next Step.Before a formal grievance is initiated, the employee may discuss the matter with his/her immediate supervisor. If the problem is not resolved in discussion, the following procedure shall be used to adjust the grievance:Step I - IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR
Grievance and Arbitration. 9.01 Informal ResolutionThe parties agree that disputes can frequently be resolved by informal discussion between the parties or between staff members and their immediate supervisors. Before a grievance is initiated, a staff member shall seek an informal resolution of the dispute with the immediate supervisor, with or without an Association Representative in attendance. An informal resolution of a dispute shall not be used as a precedent by either party.Part A - Grievance Procedure9.02 DefinitionThe University and the Association recognize that grievances may arise from:
Grievance and Arbitration. The following provisions of this memorandum shall not be subject to the provisions of Section 9 (Grievance and Arbitration Procedure) of the Agreement: 24.1 in its entirety.