Settlement of a Grievance Sample Clauses

Settlement of a Grievance. An effort shall be made to settle any grievance fairly and promptly in the following manner: STEP 1
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Settlement of a Grievance. A grievance may be settled at any point in this procedure. Any resolution of a grievance must be in writing and signed by the Guild, the Producer, by the Director or Second Unit Director, if appropriate, and if it is party to the grievance, the AQPM.
Settlement of a Grievance a) Prior to formally submitting grievances, employees are encouraged to first discuss their complaint with their immediate supervisor. Any discussions held will be informal and without prejudice and will explore available solutions. The Union and the Employer shall endeavor to resolve issues prior to commencing the formal grievance procedure.
Settlement of a Grievance. The Employer and the Union agree that the following procedure is to be followed in order to resolve disputes. The Employer agrees that a Union Representative may leave their assigned duties temporarily (with no loss of pay) in order to discuss matters covered by the grievance procedures. However, prior to doing so, the Union Representative will make suitable arrangements with their immediate supervisor and with the supervisor of the department affected to ensure that there is no disruption of services and that the operational needs of the Employer are given first priority.
Settlement of a Grievance. Any grievance shall be considered settled at the completion of any step in the procedure if all parties concerned are mutually satisfied. Dissatisfaction is implied in recourse from one step to another.
Settlement of a Grievance by mutual agreement, prior to the issuance of an Arbitrator's award as provided hereinafter, shall constitute precedent in other and future cases only in the event that the Commissioner of Personnel and an authorized representative of the Union agree in writing that such settlement shall have such effect.
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Settlement of a Grievance. ‌ Failure of the City to adhere to the designated time deadlines shall be deemed a denial and the Grievant may appeal the grievance to the next level. Failure of the grievant to adhere to the time deadlines shall mean that the grievance is settled. The grievant and the City may extend any time deadline by mutual agreement.
Settlement of a Grievance at any step of this procedure shall be final and binding on the Board, administration, grievant, and MEA, if involved as representative of the grievant.

Related to Settlement of a Grievance

  • Formal Grievance Procedure Stage 1:

  • GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE 7.01 For purposes of this Agreement, a grievance is defined as a difference arising between the parties relating to the interpretation, application, administration or alleged violation of the Agreement including any question as to whether a matter is arbitrable.

  • Written Grievance If the grievance is not resolved at Step 1, the home care worker and/or Union representative shall set forth the grievance in writing including a statement of the pertinent facts surrounding the grievance, the date on which the incident occurred, the alleged violations of the Agreement, and the specific remedy requested. The written grievance shall be submitted to the Employer within thirty (30) calendar days of the occurrence of the alleged violation or within thirty (30) calendar days of when the home care worker or the Union could reasonably have been aware of the incident or occurrence giving rise to the grievance. Individual Provider grievances shall be submitted by email to Grievances as a result of employment or actions with the Consumer Directed Employer will be processed with the contact information provided in Step 1. The Employer or the Employer's designee shall meet with the grievant and their Union representative within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the written grievance, in order to discuss and resolve the grievance. Subsequent to this meeting, if the grievance remains unresolved, the Employer will provide a written response to the grievance by email within fourteen (14) calendar days from the date the parties met to discuss the grievance. If the response does not resolve the grievance, the Union may, within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the response, proceed to Step 4, Arbitration. Step 3. (Optional) Mediation As an alternative prior to final and binding arbitration in Step 4, if the matter is not resolved in Step 2 the parties may choose by mutual agreement to submit the matter to mediation in order to resolve the issue. The party requesting mediation of the dispute must notify the other party by email no later than fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt by the Union of the emailed response from the Employer in Step 2. The party receiving the request for mediation must notify the other party by email within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the request whether or not it agrees to mediate the dispute. If the party receiving the request does not agree to mediate the dispute, the Union may, within fourteen (14) calendar days of the email notification of the decision not to mediate, proceed to Step 4, Arbitration. If the parties agree to mediation, they shall select a neutral mediator. Both parties shall submit a statement of their position on the issue. The mediator may also bring the parties together in person to attempt to resolve the issue. The parties shall each pay one-half (1/2) the costs or fees, if any, of the neutral mediator. Each party shall be responsible for its own costs, including the costs of representation, advocacy and the costs of that party's appointed representatives. If the issue is successfully resolved by mediation, the decision shall be binding on all parties, and shall, unless specifically agreed otherwise, form a precedent for similar issues. If the issue is not successfully resolved through mediation, the Union may, within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of a written declaration of impasse or rejection of a settlement offer from either party, proceed to Step 4, Arbitration.

  • Definition of a Grievance A grievance is defined as a dispute or disagreement as to the interpretation or application of the specific terms and conditions of this Agreement.

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