GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION Sample Clauses

GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION a. Final and binding arbitration may be initiated by serving upon the Chief of Police and City Labor Negotiator a notice in writing of an intent to proceed to final and binding arbitration within 30 days of receipt of the second step answer. Said notice shall identify the grievance and the employees involved.
GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION. For the purpose of this Agreement, a grievance or complaint defined as a difference arising either between a member of the bargaining unit and the Hospital or between the parties hereto relating to the interpretation, application, administration or alleged violation of the Agreement. The grievance shall identify the nature of the grievance, the remedy sought, and should, where possible specify the provisions of the Agreement which are alleged to have been violated. At the time formal discipline is imposed or at any stage of the grievance procedure, an employee shall have the right to the presence of xxxxxxx. In the case of suspension or discharge, the Hospital shall notify the employee of his right in advance. Where the Hospital deems it necessary to suspend or discharge an employee, the Hospital shall notify the Union of such suspension or discharge in writing, within three (3) days. It is the mutual desire of the parties hereto that complaints shall be adjusted as quickly as possible, and it is understood that an employee has no grievance until he has first given his immediate supervisor the opportunity of adjusting his complaint. The may have the assistance of a union xxxxxxx if he so desires. Such complaint shall be discussed with his supervisor within five (5) days after the circumstances rise to have occurred or ought reasonably to have come to the attention of the employee. Failing settlement within the five (5) days, it shall then be taken up as a grievance within five (5) days following his decision in the following manner and sequence: Step The employee shall submit the grievance, in writing, and signed by him, to his Supervisor. The employee may be accompanied by a Union xxxxxxx. The supervisor will deliver his decision in writing within five (5) days following the day on which the written grievance was presented to him. The Union and the Hospital may meet to discuss the grievance at a time and place suitable to both parties. Failing settlement, then: Step Within five ( 5 ) days following the decision in the immediately preceding step, the grievance shall be submitted in writing to the Director, Human Resources. A meeting will then be held between the Director of Human Resources or their designate and the designated union representatives who may be accompanied by the general representative of the Union, within five ( 5 ) days of the submission of the grievance at Step unless extended by mutual agreement of the parties. The decision of the Hospit...
GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION. 12.01 Unless the parties otherwise agree, the provisions of Section 107 of the Trade Union Act shall apply.
GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION. 36.6.1 OC and the Association shall select an arbitrator by mutual agreement. This selection process shall take place within 15 working days of the declared intention to institute arbitration procedures. This period may be extended by mutual agreement. If the parties fail to agree on an arbitrator, either party may apply for the appointment of an arbitrator pursuant to the relevant provision of the Labour Relations Code.
GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION. No action taken by the University with respect to a management and/or academic right shall be subject to the grievance or arbitration procedure or collateral suit, unless the exercise thereof violates an express written provision of this Agreement.
GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION. 47.01 Within seven (7) days following receipt of notification pursuant to Article 46.02(d) or 46.03(c) that a grievance has been referred to an Arbitration Board, the Employer shall advise the Union of its appointee to the Arbitration Board. The appointees shall, within seven (7) days, endeavor to select a mutually acceptable chairman of the Arbitration Board. If they fail to agree, the Minister of Employment and Immigration shall be requested to appoint a Chairman, or a single arbitrator, pursuant to the Code.
GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION. Upon receipt by the College of the Association's notice of arbitration, the College and the Association shall jointly request the American Arbitration Association to provide a list of arbitrators from which the parties will select an arbitrator. The selection of the arbitrator shall be in accordance with the rules and procedures of the American Arbitration Association. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, the rules of the American Arbitration Association shall apply to an arbitration conducted under this Article III.
GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION. (a) In the case of a decision to deny tenure and/or promotion, the candidate may consult with CUASA on whether or not the Association will grieve the decision.