Section 6.2 Sample Clauses

Section 6.2. 13 The Association representatives may represent the Association and employees in meeting with officials 14 of the District to discuss appropriate matters of mutual interest. They may receive and investigate to 15 conclusion complaints or grievances of employees on District time and thereafter advise employees of 16 rights and procedures outlined in this Agreement and applicable regulations or directives for resolving 17 the grievances or complaints. They may not, however, continue to advise the employee on courses of 18 action after the employee has indicated a desire not to pursue a grievance. This does not, however, 19 preclude the Association's right to pursue the matter to conclusion. They may consult with the District 20 on complaints without a grievance being made by an individual employee.
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Section 6.2. 33 The Association representatives shall represent the Association and employees in meeting with 34 officials of the District to discuss appropriate matters of mutual interest. They may receive and 35 investigate to conclusion complaints or grievances of employees and thereafter advise employees of 36 rights and procedures outlined in this Agreement and applicable regulations or directives for resolving 37 the grievances or complaints. They may not, however, continue to advise the employee on courses of 38 action after the employee has indicated a desire not to pursue a grievance. The Association may consult 39 with the District on complaints without a grievance being made by an individual employee.
Section 6.2. 1. 23 Association representatives, when leaving their work, shall first obtain permission from their 24 immediate supervisor. The employees will report their return to work to their immediate 25 supervisors. 26
Section 6.2. 12 Each employee shall be assigned to a definite and regular shift and workweek, which shall not be 13 changed without prior notice to the employee of five (5) business days, except in the case of an 14 emergency.
Section 6.2. 44 Visitation rights may be granted to the designated representative of the Public School Employees of 45 Washington/SEIU Local 1948 to visit with employees in the appropriate bargaining units for purposes 46 of grievance procedures and/or general and legal information. The visiting delegate shall notify the 47 District of his or her arrival and shall arrange meetings so as not to interfere with the District’s 48 business or the employeesassigned work.
Section 6.2. 34 The Association representatives may represent the Association and employees in meetings with officials 35 of the District to discuss appropriate matters of mutual interest. Employees must report to their supervisor 36 before these meetings, formal or informal, take place during the work day. They may receive and 37 investigate to conclusion complaints or grievances of employees on District time when necessary and 38 thereafter advise employees of rights and procedures outlined in this Agreement and applicable 39 regulations or directives for resolving the grievances or complaints. They may not, however, continue to 40 advise the employee on courses of action after the employee has indicated a desire not to pursue a 41 grievance. They may consult with the District on complaints without a grievance being made by an 42 individual employee. Association representatives will guard against the use of excessive time.
Section 6.2. 28 Time during working hours may be allowed Association representatives for attendance at meetings 29 with the District. Time may also be allowed to representatives for the purpose of discussing grievances 30 or matters relating to working conditions in their area or craft after verbal approval is obtained from 31 their immediate supervisor.
Section 6.2. 5 Time during working hours will be allowed Association representatives for attendance at meetings with the 6 District. Time will also be allowed for representatives to discuss grievances with employees. Association 7 representatives will guard against the use of excess time in the handling of such matters.
Section 6.2. 25 The District will provide suitable space to conduct such meetings.
Section 6.2. 28 Time during working hours, whenever possible, will be allowed Association representatives to discuss 29 with the employee grievances and appropriate matters directly related to work situations in their area. 30 Association representatives will guard against the use of excess time in the handling of such matters.