Request for Arbitration Sample Clauses

Request for Arbitration. Either party may request such arbitration. Stanford and ***** will mutually agree in writing on a third-party arbitrator within 30 days of the arbitration request. The arbitrator’s decision will be final and nonappealable and may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.
Request for Arbitration. If the Union is dissatisfied with the decision of the County Executive or his designee, it shall be authorized to file a request for arbitration.
Request for Arbitration. If the grievance has not been settled in Step 3, the Union may submit such grievance to arbitration, provided such arbitration is requested in writing within thirty (30) working days after receipt of the Step 3 answer.
Request for Arbitration. If no resolution or settlement is reached within 15 fifteen calendar days after the date the grievance is presented to an Employer as provided in Step Two, or if no response is received by the Union within the time limits, then the Union shall have the right, within the next 15 fifteen calendar days, to advise the Director or his/her designee that the Union is forwarding the grievance to a neutral arbitrator for final and binding settlement. The time limits for filing for arbitration may be extended by mutual agreement of the official representative of the Parties.
Request for Arbitration. If the Union is not satisfied with the decision at Step Three, the Union with the concurrence of the grievant, may submit the matter to the Office of Labor Relations for an Arbitrator. This request must be made within five (5) days after the termination of Step Three.
Request for Arbitration. If an employee wishes to appeal a disciplinary action, he shall ask that the matter be submitted to arbitration by VCPPOA. If VCPPOA concurs, it shall submit to the Director-Human Resources, in writing, within fourteen (14) calendar days of the employee's receipt of the Notice of Disciplinary Action, a request that the matter be submitted to arbitration. Upon receipt of VCPPOA's request, the Director- Human Resources shall, within fourteen (14) days, request a panel of nine
Request for Arbitration. If an employee wishes to appeal a disciplinary action, he/she shall ask that the matter be submitted to arbitration by Local 721. If Local 721 concurs, within thirty (30) calendar days of the employee's receipt of the Notice of Disciplinary Action, it shall submit a written request to the CDEO-IRRM that the matter be submitted to arbitration. Upon receipt of Local 721's request, the parties shall, within thirty (30) calendar days, attempt to choose an arbitrator from those listed in Appendix B to this MOA to hear the matter. In the event the parties cannot mutually agree on an arbitrator within that time, the State Conciliation Service shall be immediately asked to provide the parties with a panel of five (5) individuals from which one (1) name shall be selected by the parties within ten (10) calendar days after the receipt of such list by alternate striking of names. The remaining name shall be deemed to be the arbitrator for the instant appeal. The arbitrator shall conduct a hearing within thirty (30) days of being selected by the parties unless there is a mutual agreement to extend the time frame.
Request for Arbitration. If the Employing Agency is untimely with its response to a grievance at Step Two (2), absent a mutually agreed time extension, the Association may appeal the grievance to Step Three (3) requesting a meeting by filing a written appeal and a copy of the grievance form to the OCB Deputy Director within fifteen (15) days of the due date of the Step Two (2)
Request for Arbitration. If the grievance is not settled in Step Two, UTLA, with the concurrence of the grievant, may submit the matter to arbitration by a written notice to the District's Office of Staff Relations within five (5) days after termination of Step Two.
Request for Arbitration. If the grievance committee is unable to arrive at a decision which is concurred in by a majority of committee members within ten working days following the date of the grievance committee hearing, the bargaining agent and the employee grievant may submit the matter to arbitration by giving written notice of intention to arbitrate to the campus personnel office and the Commissioner of Higher Education within ten days from the date the committee decision was due. Upon the receipt of the request to arbitrate the parties will initiate procedures to select an impartial arbitrator. In the alternative, upon written request of the Commissioner of Higher Education or the bargaining agent, an additional 15 days shall be granted prior to the selection of the arbitrator to allow the Commissioner or the bargaining agent to attempt to resolve the grievance prior to arbitration. If no settlement is reached within the 15 days, the parties shall proceed to arbitration.