Investigation/Resolution Deemed Unsatisfactory by Complainant Sample Clauses

Investigation/Resolution Deemed Unsatisfactory by Complainant. If the complainant feels that the investigation or resolution is unsatisfactory, he/she will then contact the Union Representative or appropriate member of Management and requests that the Local Union President, and/or National Employment Equity Coordinator be contacted. The Local Union President, the appropriate member of management and the Unifor National Employment Equity Coordinator will immediately conduct a further investigation of the complaint and may make recommendations on additional action that may be taken that they consider appropriate.

Related to Investigation/Resolution Deemed Unsatisfactory by Complainant

  • Satisfactory Completion of Due Diligence The Parent shall have completed its legal, accounting and business due diligence of the Company and the results thereof shall be satisfactory to the Parent in its sole and absolute discretion.

  • 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.

  • Responsibility for Environmental Contamination 5.20.1 Neither Party shall be liable to the other for any costs whatsoever resulting from the presence or release of any Environmental Hazard that either Party did not introduce to the affected Work Location. Both Parties shall defend and hold harmless the other, its officers, directors and employees from and against any losses, damages, claims, demands, suits, liabilities, fines, penalties and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees) that arise out of or result from (i) any Environmental Hazard that the Indemnifying Party, its contractors or agents introduce to the Work Locations or (ii) the presence or release of any Environmental Hazard for which the Indemnifying Party is responsible under Applicable Law.

  • Complaints Investigation An employee who complains of harassment under the provisions of the Human Rights Code of British Columbia may refer the complaint to either one or other of the following processes:

  • Environmental Notice Promptly after the assertion or occurrence thereof, notice of any action or proceeding against or of any noncompliance by any Loan Party or any of its Subsidiaries with any Environmental Law or Environmental Permit that could reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.

  • Notification of Threatened Action Each Party will immediately notify the other Party of any information it receives regarding any threatened or pending action, inspection or communication by any Regulatory Authority, which may affect the safety or efficacy claims of any Licensed Product or the continued marketing of any Licensed Product. Upon receipt of such information, the Parties will consult with each other in an effort to arrive at a mutually acceptable procedure for taking appropriate action.

  • Environmental Investigation (a) Heritage shall engage an environmental consultant acceptable to Acquiror to conduct a preliminary ("Phase I") environmental assessment of each of the parcels of real estate used in the operation of the businesses of Heritage and any Heritage Subsidiary and any other real estate owned by Heritage or a Heritage Subsidiary (other than single family residences). The fees and expenses of the consultant with respect to the Phase I assessments shall be shared equally by Acquiror and Heritage. The consultant shall complete and deliver the Phase I assessments not later than 60 days after the date of this Agreement. If any environmental conditions are found, suspected, or would tend to be indicated by the report of the consultant which may be contrary to the representations and warranties of Heritage set forth herein without regard to any exceptions that may be contained in Heritage's Schedules, then the parties shall obtain from one or more mutually acceptable consultants or contractors, as appropriate, an estimate of the cost of any further environmental investigation, sampling, analysis, remediation or other follow-up work that may be necessary to address those conditions in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

  • Formal Investigation Once the matter has been brought to the attention of the Store executive, an internal investigation of the complaint will be conducted at which time the complainant will be requested to present, in writing, the particulars of the harassment. Such internal investigation will be initiated no later than ten (10) business days of the matter being brought to the attention of the Store executive, and shall be concluded no later than thirty (30) business days of the initiation of the investigation. Any extension of the aforementioned time frames must have the agreement of the complainant and the union if the complainant has chosen to involve it. Based on the outcome of the investigation, which will be provided in writing upon the completion of the investigation, to both the complainant and the union, should the complainant consent to this disclosure, it will be determined if there has been a breach of Company policy on harassment, and the appropriate action will be taken in the event that harassment is determined to have occurred. STEP THREE - SUBSEQUENT INCIDENTS Subsequent incidents should immediately be reported and followed by a written description to the most senior store executive involved in Step Two for further investigation and disciplinary action, if confirmed, with a copy to the union Chairperson with the consent of the complainant. After all steps of the Harassment Protection Policy have been exhausted, if the incident has not been resolved to the satisfaction of the employee, the employee may file a grievance at Step 2 of the grievance procedure.

  • Notice of Litigation Each Purchaser shall promptly notify the applicable Seller upon becoming aware of any Proceedings or threatened Proceedings concerning any Serviced Appointment (whether or not the Sellers are named in such Proceedings), in each case, excluding Proceedings in servicer-managed mortgage-level litigation with respect to residential mortgage-backed securities transactions. Notices pursuant to this Section 6.4 will be delivered to the notice recipient designated on Annex B.

  • Legal Action Notice A prompt report of any legal actions pending or threatened in writing against Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries that could result in damages or costs to Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries of, individually or in the aggregate, One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) or more; and