Precedent Sample Clauses

Precedent. No complaint informally resolved, or grievance resolved at either Step 1 or 2, shall constitute a precedent for any purpose unless agreed to in writing by the University or representative and the UFF acting through its President or designee.
Precedent. Grievances resolved at either Steps 1, 2, or 3 shall not constitute a precedent in any arbitra- tion proceeding unless agreed to in writing by the Director of the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations and UUP, acting through its President.
Precedent. No complaint informally resolved at any stage shall constitute a precedent for any purpose.
Precedent. All grievances settled at Step 1 shall not constitute a precedent for future dealings between the parties. All grievances settled at Step 2 shall ordinarily constitute a precedent, unless otherwise stated.
Precedent. In order to encourage prompt resolution of grievances, agreements and compromises of grievances made under this section shall not be cited by either party as precedent in any subsequent arbitration proceeding without the consent of the other party.
Precedent. Any grievances resolved at Stages 1, 2 or 3 shall not constitute a precedent in any arbitration proceeding unless agreed to in writing by the University and the Association.
Precedent. No complaint informally resolved or grievance resolved at any stage shall constitute a precedent for any purpose, unless agreed to in writing by the Board and Federation or representative.
Precedent. This agreement represents a compromise on the part of all parties and will not be used as a precedent in proceedings before industrial tribunals.
Precedent. (a) No complaint informally resolved or grievance resolved prior to arbitration shall constitute a precedent for any purpose unless agreed to in writing by the UBOT and UFF acting through its president or representative.
Precedent. A written record shall be made of the disposition of any grievance at Level One or Two. If such disposition becomes final by acceptance by the Association, such disposition shall apply to all future complaints based on the same or similar facts to the extent the written settlement so stipulates.