DISCHARGE CASES 6.01 A claim by a non-probationary employee that he has been unjustly discharged from his employment shall be treated as a grievance, if a written statement of such grievance is lodged with the Manager within five (5) working days after the employee ceases to work for the Company. All preliminary steps of the grievance procedure, prior to Step Two, will he omitted in such cases. Such special grievances may be settled by confirming the management’s action in dismissing the permanent employee or by reinstating the employee with full compensation for time lost or by any other arrangement which is just and equitable in the opinion of the conferring parties.
Discharge Grievance (a) An employee shall only be discharged from the employment for just cause, except that an employee who has not completed the probationary period may be released based on a fair and proper assessment against reasonable standards of performance and suitability. An allegation of action contrary to this clause may be taken up as a grievance. As a good labour relations practice, the Home agrees to provide written reasons within seven (7) calendar days to the affected employee in the case of discharge or suspension.
Seller Obligations Seller shall (A) arrange and pay independently for any and all necessary costs under any Generator Interconnection Agreement with the Participating Transmission Owner; (B) cause the Interconnection Customer’s Interconnection Facilities, including metering facilities, to be maintained; and (C) comply with the procedures set forth in the GIP and applicable agreements or procedures provided under the GIP in order to obtain the applicable Electric System Upgrades and (D) obtain Electric System Upgrades, as needed, in order to ensure the safe and reliable delivery of Energy from the Project up to and including quantities that can be produced utilizing all of the Contract Capacity of the Project.