Policy Grievance – Employer Grievance Sample Clauses

Policy Grievance – Employer Grievance. The Employer may institute a grievance alleging a general misinterpretation or violation by the Union or any employee by filing a written grievance with the Bargaining Unit President, with a copy to the Labour Relations Officer within twenty (20) days after the circumstances have occurred. A meeting will be held between the parties within ten (10) days. The Union shall reply within ten (10) days after the meeting, and failing settlement, the matter may be referred to arbitration.
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Policy Grievance – Employer Grievance. The Employer may institute a grievance alleging a general misinterpretation or violation by the Union or any employee by filing a written grievance with the Bargaining Unit President, with a copy to the Labour Relations Officer within twenty
Policy Grievance – Employer Grievance. Where a dispute involving a question of general application or interpretation occurs, or where a group of employees or the Union or the Employer has a grievance, Step 1 of this Article may be bypassed. With respect to a policy grievance, no arbitrator’s award shall apply to a period any earlier than three (3) months prior to the filing of the policy grievance.
Policy Grievance – Employer Grievance. Where a dispute involving a question of general application or interpretation of this Agreement occurs, or where a group of employees, or the Union or the Employer has a grievance, such dispute or grievance shall be initiated at Step 2.
Policy Grievance – Employer Grievance. The Employer may institute a grievance alleging a general misinterpretation or violation by the Association or any nurse by filing a written grievance with the Secretary of the Local Association, with a copy to the Employment Relations Officer within twenty (20) days after the circumstances have occurred. A meeting will be held between the parties within ten (10) days. The Association shall reply within ten days after the meeting, and failing settlement, the matter may be referred to arbitration. ARTICLE ARBITRATION Where a difference arises between the parties relating to the interpretation, application or administration of this Agreement, including any questions as to whether a matter is arbitrable, or where an allegation is made that this Agreement has been violated, either of the parties may, after exhausting the grievance procedure established by this Agreement, notify the other party in writing of its decision to submit the difference or allegation to arbitration, and the notice shall contain the name of the first party's appointee to an Arbitration Board. The recipient of the notice shall, within ten days, inform the other party of the name of its appointee to the Arbitration Board. The two appointees so selected shall, within ten days of the appointment of the second of them, appoint a third person who shall be the Chairman. If the recipient of the notice fails to appoint an arbitrator, or if the two appointees fail to agree upon a Chairman within the time limit, the appointment shall be made by the Ministry of Labour for Ontario, upon the request of either party. The Arbitration Board shall hear and determine the difference or allegation and shall issue a decision and the decision is final and binding upon the parties and upon any employee affected by it. The decision of a majority is the decision of the Arbitration Board, but if there is no majority, the decision of the Chairman shall govern. No person may be appointed as an arbitrator who has been involved in an attempt to negotiate or settle the particular grievance concerned. The Board Arbitration shall have authority only to settle disputes under the terms of this Agreement and only to interpret and apply this Agreement to the facts of the involved. The Board of Arbitration may make such decision as it may, in the circumstances, deemed just and equitable and may vary or set aside any penalty or discipline imposed by the Employer relating to the grievance in question. The Board of Arbitration ...
Policy Grievance – Employer Grievance. The Employer may institute a grievance alleging a violation by the Union or any Employee by filing a written grievance, with the Bargaining Unit President, with a copy to the Labour Relations Officer within twenty (20) calendar days after the circumstances have occurred or ought reasonably to have come to the attention of the Employer and by stating the Article or Articles of the Collective Agreement alleged to have been violated. A meeting will be held between the parties within ten (10) calendar days. The Union shall reply in writing within ten (10) calendar days after the meeting, and failing settlement, the matter may be referred to arbitration.

Related to Policy Grievance – Employer Grievance

  • Employer Grievance The Employer may institute a grievance by delivering the same in writing to the President of the Local Union and the President shall answer such grievance in writing within five working (5) days. If the answer is not acceptable to the Employer, the Employer may, within ten (10) working days from the day the President gives her answer, give ten (10) working days notice to the President of the Local Union of its intention to refer the dispute to arbitration.

  • Policy Grievance Where either Party disputes the general application, interpretation or alleged violation of an article of this Agreement, the dispute shall be discussed initially with the Employer or the Union, as the case may be, within thirty (30) days of the occurrence. Where no satisfactory agreement is reached, either Party may submit the dispute to arbitration, as set out in Article 10.

  • Policy Grievance – Union Grievance The Union may institute a grievance alleging a general misinterpretation or violation of this Agreement by the Employer by submitting a written grievance at Step No. 1 within twenty (20) days after the circumstances have occurred. This section shall not apply to disciplinary grievances or application of competitive clauses under this Agreement.

  • Group Grievance Where a number of employees have identical grievances and each employee would be entitled to grieve separately they may present a group grievance in writing signed by each employee who is grieving to the Administrator or her designate within ten (10) days after the circumstances giving rise to the grievance have occurred or ought reasonably to have come to the attention of the employee(s). The grievance shall then be treated as being initiated at Step No. 1 and the applicable provisions of this Article shall then apply with respect to the processing of such grievance.

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