Grievance Procedure Steps Sample Clauses

Grievance Procedure Steps. The following procedure shall be followed by an employee submitting a grievance:
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Grievance Procedure Steps. The grievance procedure shall consist of the following steps, each of which must be completed prior to any request for further consideration of the matter. However, the County and Association may agree to start the grievance procedure at any step on issues involving Association rights, or harassment. Further, County management is required at all formal levels of the grievance procedure to consult with the Director of Human Resources, or his/her designee concerning the relationship of the grievance to Federal, State, or County law, resolution or minute order or Memorandum of Understanding to the employee's wages, hours or conditions of employment. The Director of Human Resources shall also provide advice as to the effect of any proposed grievance settlement on other County departments. No grievance resolution shall be final until this consultation step has been completed. Time limits set forth herein are not waived pending consultation with the Director of Human Resources or his/her designee. Prior to filing the formal grievance pursuant to Step 1 below, the employee is required to informally discuss the matter with their supervisor to determine if the issue may be resolved. If the supervisor, however, is not available to meet with the employee or does not respond within five (5) days, the employee mayformally file the grievance in accordance with Step 1 or 2 below, whichever is appropriate. If an employee fails to informally discuss the matter with their supervisor as outlined above, the grievance may not be advanced to the written formal level. NOTE: A grievance must be submitted formally in writing to Step 1, if such option exists, or to Step 2, if Step 1 option does not exist, within fifteen (15) days of the occurrence or the employee’s knowledge of the occurrence which gives rise to the grievance.
Grievance Procedure Steps. Step 1: (a) Any employee who feels aggrieved must discuss the grievance with the employee's immediate supervisor within fourteen (14) days of the date on which the employee or the Union first learned or may reasonably have been expected to have learned of its cause unless the parties agree in writing to extend the fourteen (14) day period. The employee, if he or she so desires, may be accompanied and represented by the employee's stew- ard or a Union representative. The Union also may initiate a grievance at Step 1 within 14 days of the date the Union first became aware of (or rea- sonably should have become aware of) the facts giving rise to the griev- ance. In such case the participation of an individual grievant is not re- quired.
Grievance Procedure Steps. If the dispute has not been resolved by informal discussions the Association may, within seventy-five (75) days after the Association became aware of the circumstances giving rise to the complaint, but in no event later than one year after the circumstances giving rise to the complaint, initiate a formal grievance as follows:
Grievance Procedure Steps. The following procedure shall be followed by an employee submitting a grievance pursuant to policy:
Grievance Procedure Steps. 19.8.1 Step 1 — School/Supervising Administrator level
Grievance Procedure Steps. The grievance procedure shall consist of the following steps, each of which must be completed prior to any request for further consideration of the matter. However, the County and Union may agree to start the grievance procedure at any step on issues involving Union rights. Further, County management is required at all formal levels of the grievance procedure to consult with the Director of Human Resources, or his/her designee, concerning the relationship of the grievance to Federal, State, or County law, resolution or minute order or Memorandum of Understanding to the employee's wages, hours or conditions of employment. The Director of Human Resources shall also provide advice as to the effect of any proposed grievance settlement on other County departments. No grievance resolution shall be final until this consultation step has been completed. Time limits set forth herein are not waived pending consultation with the Director of Human Resources or his/her designee. Prior to filing the formal grievance pursuant to Step 1 below, the employee is required to informally discuss the matter with their supervisor to determine if the issue may be resolved. If the supervisor, however, is not available to meet with the employee or does not respond within five (5) days, the employees may formally file the grievance in accordance with Step 2. NOTE: A grievance must be submitted formally in writing to Step 1, if such option exists, or to Step 2, if Step 1 option does not exist, within fifteen (15) calendar days of the occurrence or the employee’s knowledge of the occurrence which gives rise to the grievance.
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Grievance Procedure Steps. 19. An employee having a grievance shall first discuss it with the employee's immediate supervisor and try to work out a satisfactory solution in an informal manner with the supervisor.
Grievance Procedure Steps. 1. Informal Discussion Every effort should be made to settle grievances at the lowest level of supervision possible. If an employee has a complaint relating to a work situation, the employee is encouraged to request a meeting with the employee’s immediate supervisor to discuss the problem in effort to clarify the issue and to work cooperatively toward settlement. Such discussion shall occur within fifteen (15) working days of the incident or occurrence giving rise to the complaint. The immediate supervisor shall respond informally within seven (7) working days.
Grievance Procedure Steps. A. Step 1
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