Level 1 Sample Clauses

Level 1. If an Employee wishes to submit a grievance, he/she shall first discuss the complaint with his/her immediate supervisor. The Grievance Committee representative and one administrator may also be present. This discussion must occur within ten (10) days of the event causing the complaint.
Level 1. The formal written grievance, signed by the employee involved and approved by the representative must be presented to the responsible supervisor within fifteen (15) days after the responsible supervisor and/or Human Resources Director respond to the grievance at the informal step. An employee and representative may file a formal written grievance within fifteen (15) days after the informal grievance submission, if no response has been received by that time. The responsible supervisor shall meet with the employee and representative within ten (10) days after receipt of the written grievance and give a written answer to the grievance to the representative within ten (10) days of the meeting. The unit representative has ten (10) days in which to either accept the answer or appeal it in writing to the next level.
Level 1. An employee will present a complaint orally and informally to his/her immediate supervisor. If the complaint is not promptly resolved, it must be put in written form using the Employee Complaint Form and submitted to the immediate supervisor. Within three (3) working days of receiving the complaint, the immediate supervisor will render a decision, in writing, to the employee who filed the complaint.
Level 1. Within thirty (30) work days after the occurrence of the act or omission giving rise to the grievance, the grievant must present the grievance in writing to his/her immediate supervisor. This statement shall be a clear, concise statement of the grievance, the circumstances involved, the decision rendered at the informal conference, and the specific remedy sought. The supervisor shall communicate his/her decision to the employee in writing within ten (10) days after receiving the grievance. If the supervisor does not respond within the time limits, the grievant may appeal to the next level. Within the above time limits, either party may request a personal conference.
Level 1. The procedure to be followed by grieving parties regarding a grievance related to an alleged misinterpretation, misapplication or violation of this Agreement, is to discuss the matter with the building administrator or superintendent within ten (10) days of the known occurrence of the alleged misinterpretation, misapplication, or violation. Grieving parties are entitled to present their grievances to any higher supervisory officer. An unsatisfactory result of an interview with a supervisory officer may be appealed to the Superintendent of Schools.
Level 1. If a grievant is not satisfied with the resolution proposed at the informal level, the grievant may, within seven (7) days of such receipt of such answer, file a formal, written grievance by hand delivery or e-mail (with confirmation of delivery) with the grievant’s supervisor, the Lieutenant, or the Captain, containing a statement describing the grievance, the Section of this Agreement allegedly violated and remedy requested. The supervisor, Lieutenant, or Captain shall, within seven (7) days, have a meeting with the grievant and within seven (7) days thereafter, provide a written response to the grievant.
Level 1. The grievant will first discuss his/her grievance with the principal or immediate supervisor. If the grievant desires, he/she may request to be represented by the ASSOCIATION’S designated representative.
Level 1. If the grievance is not resolved in the informal meeting, the teacher or the Exclusive Representative must present the grievance in writing, within five days, to the building principal who will then arrange a meeting within five days. The Exclusive Representative or teacher and the building principal shall be present for the meeting. The principal must provide the aggrieved teacher and the Exclusive Representative with a written answer to the grievance within five days.
Level 1. In the event that an employee believes there is a basis for a grievance, the employee shall first discuss the alleged grievance with the immediate supervisor, either personally or accompanied by the SMEA representative and must inform the supervisor prior to the meeting that the purpose is for a discussion of a possible grievance. In the event of an SMEA grievance, or a grievance involving more than one supervisor, the grievance shall be processed directly at Xxxxx 0 of this Article. In either case, the first discussion shall take place within ten (10) days of the time the alleged violation first occurred, or of the time the employee or SMEA should reasonably have known of the alleged violation. The Administration shall be informed that the discussion may be the first step in the grievance procedure. The Administration shall inform the grievant and the SMEA within five (5) days of his disposition of the grievance at Level 1.