Personnel File Sample Clauses

Personnel File. (a) An employee, or the President of the Union (or the President's designate) with the written authority of the employee, shall be entitled to review an employee's personnel file, in the office in which the file is normally kept. The employee or the President, as the case may be, shall give the Employer adequate notice prior to having access to such files.
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Personnel File. (a) An employee, or the President of the Union or their designate, with written authority of the employee, will be entitled to review an employee's personnel file, exclusive of employee references. The file will be reviewed at the employee's worksite or, where it is not possible, the file will be made available for review at a mutually agreed location. A designated management representative may be in attendance at this review. The Employer will provide copies of file entries as requested. The Employer may require up to five working days' notice prior to giving access to such information.
Personnel File. An employee, or the Senior Union Official (or her/his designated representative), with the written authority of the employee, shall be entitled to review the employee’s personnel file, in the office in which the file is normally kept, in order to facilitate the investigation of a grievance or an employee may review her/his file for personal reference. The employee or the Senior Union Official, as the case may be, shall give the Employer seven (7) days’ notice prior to examining the file. The personnel file shall not be made public or shown to any other individual without the employee’s written consent, except in the proper operation of the Employer’s business and/or for the purposes of the proper application of this Agreement.
Personnel File. Initial minor infractions, irregularities, or deficiencies shall first be privately brought to the attention of the employee and, if corrected, shall not be entered into the employee's personnel file. Upon the employee’s request, a “letter of expectation,” which is not discipline, may be removed from the personnel file, provided that the employee has performed satisfactorily for six (6) months from the date of the “letter of expectation.” An oral reprimand shall not become a part of an employee's personnel file. Investigations which do not result in disciplinary actions shall not be entered into the employee's personnel file. Each employee shall be furnished with a copy of all evaluative and disciplinary entries into their personnel file and shall be entitled to have their written response included therein. All disciplinary entries, except discharge, in the employee's personnel file shall state the corrective action expected of the employee. Upon request of the employee, a written reprimand shall be removed from the employee's personnel file provided that no further disciplinary action has been taken against the employee for a period of eighteen (18) months following the date of the written reprimand. Upon request of the employee, a written record of a suspension of ten (10) days or less shall be removed from the employee's personnel file provided that no further disciplinary action has been taken against the employee for a period of three (3) years following the beginning date of the written suspension. Discipline that becomes eligible for removal, based upon this provision, shall not be used as a basis for any subsequent discipline of the employee. The contents of an employee's personnel file shall be disclosed to them upon request and to the employee's Association Xxxxxxx upon the written request of the employee. The written request authorizing the Association Xxxxxxx access to the file shall not be placed in the employee’s personnel file. In the event a grievance is initiated under Article 9, the Appointing Authority shall provide a copy of any items from the employee's personnel file upon the request of the employee or the Association, with any copying costs paid in advance by the employee or the Association. However, up to two (2) copies or a digital copy, at the discretion of the agency, of such material shall be without cost to the employee or Association. Only the employee's personnel file may be used as evidence in any disciplinary action or hear...
Personnel File. An employee, or the President of the Union or their designate with the written authority of the employee, shall be entitled to review the employee's personnel file(s), both paper and, if applicable, electronic, in the office in which the file is normally kept. The employee or the President, as the case may be, shall give the Employer adequate notice prior to having access to such file(s). Where it is not practical for the employee to review the file in the office in which it is kept, the Employer shall make arrangements to have the file delivered to a ministry office nearer to the employee's worksite, to allow the review under the supervision of a person designated by the Employer.
Personnel File. Each employee shall have, upon request, the right to review the evaluation documents contained in his/her personnel file. An employee has the right to respond in writing to any evaluation document. Any complaints directed toward an employee which are placed in his/her personnel file shall be promptly called to the employee’s attention in writing.
Personnel File. An employee, or the President of the Union or his/her designate, with the written authority of the employee, shall be entitled to review the employee's personnel file(s), both paper and, if applicable, electronic, in the office in which the file is normally kept. The employee or the President, as the case may be shall give the Employer adequate notice prior to having access to such file(s). Written censures, letters of reprimand, adverse reports or any disciplinary action recorded on an employee's personnel file shall be removed automatically after the expiration of eighteen (18) months from the date it was issued provided there has not been a further similar infraction.
Personnel File. (a) With reasonable written notice given to the Employer, an employee shall be entitled to review his/her personnel file in the office in which the file is normally kept. Access to the file shall be no later than seven (7) days after the notice is given.
Personnel File. An employee or union representative with the written authority of the employee, shall be permitted to review his personnel file in the presence of the Director, Human Resources or his designate, upon written request, with two (2) working days' notice.
Personnel File. 10.01 The only recognized personnel file of an employee shall be maintained in the Human Resources Department. The file shall be available and open to the employee for inspection in the presence of a Human Resources Officer by contacting the Human Resources Department and arranging an appointment.