Section 6.4. 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 on District time and thereafter advise 36 employees of rights and procedures outlined in this Agreement and applicable regulations or directives 37 for resolving the grievances or complaints. They may not, however, continue to advise the employee 38 on courses of action after the employee has indicated a desire not to pursue a grievance. This does not, 39 however, preclude the Association's right to pursue the matter to conclusion. They may consult with 40 the District on complaints without a grievance being made by an individual employee. 41
Section 6.4. 40 Time during working hours, whenever possible, will be allowed Association representatives for 41 attendance at meetings with the District. Time, whenever possible, will also be allowed for 42 representatives to discuss with the employees grievances and appropriate matters directly related to 43 work situations in their area or craft. Association representatives will guard against the use of excess 44 time in the handling of such matters.
Section 6.4. 37 Each employee shall be assigned to a definite and regular work shift and workweek, which shall not be 38 changed without prior notice to the employee of ten (10) workdays, except in case of emergency. The ten 39 (10) day notice period may be waived by the employee. Employees may request an extension of up to ten 40 (10) additional days by submitting a request in writing to Employee Services. 41
Section 6.4. 33 Employees required to work through their regular lunch periods will be given time to eat at a time 34 agreed upon by the employee and supervisor. In the event the District requires an employee to forego 35 a lunch period and the employee works the entire shift, including the lunch period, the employee shall 36 be compensated for the foregone lunch period.
Section 6.4. 28 The Association representatives shall represent the Association and employees in meeting with officials of 29 the District to discuss appropriate matters of mutual interest. They may receive and investigate to 30 conclusion complaints or grievances of employees on District time when the nature of the grievance
Section 6.4. 40 By January 31 of each year, the parties will establish a calendar committee consisting of the Executive 41 Director of Human Resources, representatives from other bargaining units, and two (2) representatives 42 appointed by PSE. Taking a survey of community members, bargaining unit members, and School 43 Board members, the committee will recommend a calendar to the School Board by its April meeting. If 44 the Board rejects the recommendation, the committee will reconvene to deal with the issue. 45 3 4 5 Section 7.1. A R T I C L E V I I HOURS OF WORK AND OVERTIME 6 The workweek shall consist of five (5) consecutive days, Monday through Friday, followed by two (2) 7 consecutive days of rest, Saturday and Sunday.