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 5.1 20 It is agreed and understood that matters appropriate for consultation and negotiation between the 21 District and the Association are policies, programs, and procedures relating to or affecting hours, 22 wages, grievance procedures and general working conditions of employees in the bargaining unit 23 subject to this Agreement.
SECTION 812 Control by Holders of Securities..........................43 SECTION 813. Waiver of Past Defaults...................................44
Section 4.3 18 The Association reserves and retains the right to delegate any right or duty contained herein to 19 appropriate officials of the Public School Employees of Washington State Organization.
Section 11.1 28 The District shall have the right to discipline or discharge an employee for justifiable cause. The issue 29 of justifiable cause shall be resolved in accordance with the grievance procedure hereinafter provided.