Stage III. Should no settlement have occurred, the difference may be referred by the grieving party to an Arbitration Board for final and conclusive settlement.
Stage III. 184.108.40.206 If the grievance is not resolved at Stage II, the grievance may be referred by either party to this Agreement to the President of the Union or his/her delegate and to the President or his/her delegate who shall endeavour to settle the grievance. If such reference is made, the referring party shall present to them a statement in writing setting out what the party considers the grievance to be. This stage shall not exceed seven (7) calendar days and shall conclude with a brief written statement or statements of position.
Stage III. If a resolution is not achieved in Stage II the grievance may be referred by the Association to the College President within five (5) working days from the date of the Vice President’s response in Stage II. The parties will endeavour to resolve the matter at this stage. The President shall render his/her decision within ten (10) working days.
Stage III. 12.5.1 Should no settlement be made, the difference may be referred by the grieving party (either the Association or the College) to a single arbitrator whose decision shall be final and binding and enforceable on all parties. Each party shall pay its own expenses and costs of arbitration and one-half of the compensation and expenses of the arbitrator.
Stage III. Failing resolution of the differences or dispute at Stage II, the matter may be referred to a Board of Arbitration constituted under the provisions of the Labour Relations Code. Arbitration proceedings may only be initiated by the grievor and must be commenced within sixty (60) calendar days after failure of settlement at Stage II. The said Board shall consist of a single arbitrator who shall be agreed to by both Parties, or failing agreement to be appointed by the Minister of Labour at the request of the Parties to the Agreement. The decision of the Board of Arbitration shall be final and binding on both Parties. Each Party shall pay one-half (1/2) of the fees and expenses of the Board of Arbitration. The Board of Arbitration shall complete its sitting and hand down its award within thirty (30) days of its appointment, except that this time may be extended with the mutual consent of the Employer and the Local Union. The Board of Arbitration shall not have any power to alter or change any of the provisions of this Agreement or to substitute any new provisions for any existing provisions thereof, and in reaching its decision it shall be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
Stage III. In the event that the grievance is not settled under stage II, it shall be referred to the Employer or his representative and the Union Committee accompanied by the Union President or his representative within (30) days from the date of the decision under stage II. A decision shall be rendered in writing within fifteen (15) days or within such further time as may be mutually agreed. If no decision is rendered within such time period, the grievance shall proceed to stage IV.
Stage III. If the grievant is not satisfied with the decision at Stage II, or if no decision has been rendered within ten (10) days of the Stage II hearing, then the grievance may be referred to the Board. Within ten (10) days of the receipt of an appeal, the Board will arrange for a hearing with the grievant or the Association to take place. Within five (5) days after the conclusion of the hearing, the Board shall provide its decision, together with the rationale for the decision, in writing to the grievant.
Stage III. A. In the event that the aggrieved is not satisfied with the determination arrived at in Stage II, he/she shall file a petition to the Board within 10 working days from the receipt of notification of the Stage II determination, and he/she shall subsequently deliver a copy of the petition to the secretary of the Board. Failure to file a petition to the Board within 10 working days shall be deemed to constitute an abandonment of the grievance and an assent to the Stage II determination.
Stage III. If a satisfactory settlement is not reached at Stage II, either party may refer the matter for resolution before a settlement officer pursuant to Section 87 of the Labour Relations Code..
Stage III. Failing settlement at Stage II, the Assistant Business Manager of the Union or delegate shall submit the grievance in writing to the appropriate Vice-President, and the Vice-President, Human Resources (or delegates).