STEP Sample Clauses

STEP. If the grievance is not settled in Steps and the employee must then, accompanied by his Steward, and an official of the Union, arrange a conference with the General Manager or his designate, and such conference to be held within ten (10) days, Saturdays, Sundays and General Holidays excepted, of the meeting as provided for in Step This time limit may be extended further upon mutual agreement between the Company and the Union. It is further agreed that any grievance going to Step of the Grievance Procedure shall be submitted in writing to the Branch Manager at the time of the conference so provided in Step It is understood that a grievance arising from suspension or discharge will commence with Step of the Grievance Procedure and a conference so provided shall be arranged within five (5) days, Saturdays, Sundays and General Holidays excepted, of such suspension or discharge. In the event that a grievance is not settled through the above procedure, the party registering the grievance may refer the grievance to Arbitration. In so doing, the request to refer the matter to Arbitration must be submitted in writing to the other party no later than five (5) days, Saturdays, Sundays and General Holidays excepted, following the meeting as provided for in Step It is agreed that in the event the Company has a grievance the Company shall arrange a meeting with an official of the Union within five (5) days, Saturdays, Sundays and General Holidays excepted, from the time that the complaint arose, and shall, if necessary, follow through with a request for arbitration in the manner described above. If the Company and the Union can agree on a person to be appointed as a sole arbitrator within ten (10) working days of the receipt by the one party of the request to refer the grievance to arbitration, then such person shall be so appointed and the Company and the Union will jointly bear the expense of such sole arbitrator. If the Company and the Union cannot agree on a person to be appointed as a sole arbitrator, then the party registering the grievance may refer the grievance to a Board of Arbitration by submitting a written request to so refer the matter no later than five (5) working days the tenth (10th) work day referred to in the previous paragraph. The Board of Arbitration shall consist of three (3) persons; one (1) to be an appointee of the Company and one (1) to be an appointee of the Union, and the third, who shall be Chairman, shall be selected by the two (2) so app...
STEP. Failing satisfactory settlement at Step One, the Union may within five (5) working days request a meeting to be held with the Union Staff Chairperson and Steward, if applicable, the if requested by the Union, the Regional Manager or his designate. and the Branch Manager, or desig- nate. Such meeting will be held within ten (10) working days following receipt of the Union's written request. The Regional Manager or designate will provide the Union with a written decision within ten (10) working days after such STEP Should a mutually satisfactory conclusion not be reached through the foregoing steps of the Grievance Procedure then the Union may within twenty-one (21) days from the third step decision, refer the matter to Arbitration as provided in Article hereof. If the request for arbitration is not given within the said twenty one (21) day period, the grievance shall be deemed to have been abandoned and all rights to arbi- tration forfeited. The Union or the Company may initiate a grievance beginning at Step One of the Grievance procedure. Such grievance shall be filed within two (2) days of the incident giving rise to the complaint or within two (2) days of the date that the incident giving rise to the complaint became known to the Union or the Company and shall commence with Step One under the Grievance Procedure. A policy grievance is defined and limited to one which alleges an actual violation of a spe- cific provision of this Agreement affecting the Union as such or the employees as a whole and which could not otherwise be resolved at a lower step of the Grievance Procedure because of the nature and scope of the grievance. Provisions of this paragraph shall not be used by the Union to institute a grievance directly affecting an employee or which such employee or employees could themselves institute and the provisions of Article hereof shall not thereby be bypassed.
STEP. 1 The Union shall have seven (7) calendar days after the alleged grievance has arisen, to file a written grievance to the employee's Manager/Representative. Within seven (7) calendar days the Company and Union will fully discuss the grievance following which the Company shall have seven (7) calendar days to render a written decision. Failing a satisfactory resolution, the grievance may be filed to Step 2.
STEP. If the reply at Step No. is not satisfactory to the nurse concerned, the grievance may, within ten (10) working days following the said reply, be referred to the Commissioner of Employee and Business Services. Within ten (10) days after a grievance has been referred to the Commissioner of Employee and Business Services, or designate shall meet with the and a Union Representative and a Grievance Officer to discuss the grievance. At this meeting a representative of the Canadian Union of Public Employees will attend if either party requests. A written reply to the grievance will be given within ten (10) working days after this meeting has been held. If a grievance involves the discharge of a nurse, then reasons for discharge shall be given in writing. Such a grievance shall proceed directly to Step of the grievance procedure and must be presented in writing, dated and signed, by both the and a Union Representative within ten (10) days discharge. A grievance claiming unjust discharge may be settled by the Employer's action or by reinstating the nurse and making whole in all respects, or by any other arrangement which is just and equitable in the opinion of the conferring parties, or an Arbitration Board. The Employer or the Union may file a grievance concerning the general application or interpretation of this Agreement. Said grievance shall be reduced to writing, dated and signed, and processed at Step of the grievanceprocedure within twenty (20) days the circumstances causing the grievance. If a grievance is to be referred to arbitration by either party, it shall be so referred within ten (10) working days after the reply at Step No. Any of the time allowances provided above and in Article below may be extended by mutual agreement between the parties.
STEP. The term "Step" when used herein in reference to the Compensation Schedule for Teaching Assignments (Appendix A) shall describe the vertical location of the compensation schedule cell in which a Member of the Bargaining Unit is placed.
STEP. A step is any shape in a process diagram, except for the start and the end shapes.
STEP. 2—If the grieving party is not satisfied with the Step 1 disposition of the grievance, or if no disposition has been made within the Step 1 time limits, the grievance shall be submitted to the Employee Relations Department within seven (7) working days of the disposition, or expiration of the time limit. Within seven (7) working days of receipt of the grievance, Employee Relations shall schedule a meeting with the PBA and/or grieving party and shall indicate the disposition of the grievance in writing to the PBA and/or grieving party within seven (7) working days of the meeting.
STEP. 1 If the complaint is not resolved within one (1) working day, the Grievance Procedure may be invoked by reducing the complaint to writing on a form supplied by the Company. The referral shall be by a Union Committeeperson or steward to the Team Leader with a copy to, Human Resources. His/her Team Leader or Manager and Human Resources shall meet with the aggrieved employee, the Steward and the Committeeperson within four (4) working days of the referral and Management shall respond in writing within two (2) working days of the grievance meeting.
STEP. If the grievance is not settled at Step the steward may, within but and not after seven (7) working days of the date of receiving the decision of the General Manager, Physical Plant Facilities designate (or if no decision is received from that official, then within seven (7) working days after such decision ought to have been given) take the grievance up with the Superintendent of Employee Relations designate. There shall be a meeting to discuss the grievance within fifteen (15) working days. The Superintendent of Employee Relations and/or designate shall reply in writing within five (5) working days following the date the grievance was discussed at the Step meeting. Failing satisfaction with the written reply of that official, the grievance may be referred to arbitration provided such action is taken within fifteen 5) working days of the reply, or any extension agreed to under Article Failure to do so means that the grievance is deemed to be withdrawn.
STEP. The employee shall submit the grievance, in writing, and signed by to his Manager. The employee may be accompanied by a Union Steward. The Manager will deliver decision in writing within five (5) days following the day on which the written grievance was presented to The Union and the Hospital may meet to discuss the grievance at a time and place suitable to both parties. Failing settlement then: Step Within five (5) days following the decision in the immediately preceding step, the grievance shall be submitted in writing to Human Resources of the Hospital or the designated Hospital representative. A meeting will then be held between the Chief or the designated Hospital representative and the designated union representatives who may be accompanied by the general representative of the Union, within five