Meeting. A copy of the decision shall be sent to the grievant, to the grievant’s representative and to UFF if grievant elected self-representation or representation by legal counsel.
Meeting. If during the execution of the contract the Engineer considers the progress position of any section of the work to be unsatisfactory, he will be at liberty to call such meetings, either in Irbid office, or at the contractor’s work, as he deems to be necessary. If required by the Engineer a responsible representative form the contractor’s works is to attend such meetings. Access to the contractors and sub-contractor’s works is to be granted to the engineer at all reasonable times for the purpose of ascertaining progress.
Meeting. The designated university representative and the grievant and/or the grievant's representative shall agree to meet within fifteen (15) days following receipt of the written notice requesting Step 2 review. At the Step 2 meeting, the grievant shall have the right to present any evidence in support of the grievance, and the grievant and/or the grievant's representative or the grievant's legal counsel (if selected pursuant to 20.5. Representation) and the designated university representative shall discuss the grievance.
Meeting. Upon receipt of the Step 1 letter, the SGEU Labour Relations Officer within thirty-two (32) calendar days may request a meeting with the Executive Director or Designate. The meeting shall be scheduled within thirty-two (32) calendar days of the date of the request. Upon mutual agreement of the parties, additional meetings may be required. The meeting will include the grievor, xxxxxxx if available, the SGEU Labour Relations Officer and the employer representative(s). The meeting will: - attempt to ascertain the facts and negotiate a resolution - if possible, agree to a joint statement of facts - based on the meeting the SGEU Labour Relations Officer and the Executive Director or Designate may agree in writing to mediate the dispute If settlement is not reached at Step 2, the Executive Director shall render the decisions in writing within sixteen (16) calendar days of the meeting.
Meeting. Within fourteen (14) days after the initiation of Step 2, the Union’s Business Representative and the Chief of Police (or designee) shall meet to discuss possible resolution of the grievance. If the Parties are unable to arrive at a satisfactory settlement, the responding Party will issue a written response to the grieving Party within ten (10) days of the meeting. The grieving Party may refer the grievance to Step 3 within ten (10) days of receipt of the response or the date the response was due.
Meeting. At the Step 1 meeting, the grievant shall have the right to present any evidence in support of the grievance, and the grievant and/or the UFF representative or the grievant’s legal counsel (if selected pursuant to Section 20.5), and the Unit Head or his/her representative, shall discuss the grievance.
Meeting. If correspondence does not resolve the Dispute, then the ------- authors of the letters or their representatives shall meet on at least one occasion and attempt to resolve the matter. Such meeting shall occur not later than thirty (30) days from the parties' last correspondence. If the parties are unable to agree on the location of such a meeting, the meeting shall be held at Grantor's corporate offices. Should this meeting not produce a resolution of the matter, then either party may request mandatory mediation (as provided below) by written notice to the other party.
Meeting. The President or designee and the grievant and/or grievant’s representative shall meet no sooner than ten (10) days and no later than thirty (30) days following receipt of the grievant’s request for a Step 2 meeting. At the Step 2 meeting, the grievant shall have the right to present any evidence in support of the grievance, and the grievant and/or the grievant’s representative and the President or designee shall discuss the grievance. Any party bringing legal counsel to the Step 2 meeting shall provide at least five (5) days advance written notice to all other parties.