Step I Sample Clauses

Step I. The aggrieved employee, with or without the Union Xxxxxxx, shall discuss the grievance or dispute with the supervising administrator within five working days of the occurrence or knowledge giving rise to the grievance. If after discussion with the supervising administrator, the grievance has not been resolved, the grievance shall be offered, in writing, within 10 working days, to the supervising administrator, who shall conduct a meeting with the aggrieved employee and his/her Union representative and respond, in writing, within 10 working days. The grievance shall be on the proper form for this Step. STEP II -- If the grievance or dispute has not been satisfactorily resolved at Step I, the Union Xxxxxxx and/or the aggrieved employee and the Union representative may appeal the grievance to the immediate Director within 10 working days after the supervising administrator's response is due. The immediate Director shall conduct a meeting with the aggrieved employee and his/her Union representative and respond, in writing, within 10 working days. The grievance shall be on the proper form for this Step. STEP III -- If the grievance has not been satisfactorily resolved at Step II, the employee may submit the grievance to the Associate Superintendent for School Operations or designee within 10 working days after the immediate Director's response is due. The Associate Superintendent for School Operations or designee shall conduct a meeting with the aggrieved employee and his/her Union representative and respond, in writing, within 10 working days. The grievance shall be on the proper form for this Step. Failure to observe the time limits for submission of a grievance, at any step, will automatically result in the grievance being considered abandoned. Failure to respond to a grievance within the prescribed time limits will automatically move the grievance to the next step. The parties acknowledge that, as a principle of interpretation, employees are obligated to work, as directed, while grievances are pending. All responses required at Steps I, II, and III above shall be directed to the employee, with a copy furnished to the Union. It is understood and agreed by the employer, members of the unit, and the bargaining agent, that the resolution of complaints which are grievable or litigable shall be pursued through the grievance procedure until such remedy is exhausted. It is further understood and agreed that the aggrieved employee(s) shall be granted released time w...
Step I. If the grievance is not resolved within five (5) days of such informal meeting or if the support teacher has elected not to use the informal procedure, he/she may present his/her formal claim by submitting a complete Grievance Report Form, Step I, in quadruplicate, which form is set forth in 12.05. Copies of this form showing the date of the occurrence, a statement of the nature of the grievance and provisions of this Agreement, Board policies, and/or rules allegedly violated, and the relief sought shall be submitted by the support teacher to the Association representative who shall distribute copies of the completed grievance to the Superintendent and principal or supervisor. Within five (5) days of the receipt of the Grievance Report Form, the principal or supervisor shall meet with the support teacher and/or his/her Association representative in an effort to resolve the grievance. The principal or supervisor shall indicate his/her disposition of the grievance within five
Step I. 22.6.1.1 If the Informal Stage is unsuccessful in resolving the dispute or difference or the grievor did not use the Informal Stage, the grievor may present a formal grievance to the Xxxx/University Librarian.
Step I. An employee seeking to initiate steps under this procedure shall, within twenty (20) working days of the time the grievant knew or should have known of the occurrence which constitutes the basis of the grievance, inform his/her immediate supervisor in writing on the specified form of the nature of and basis for the grievance and the adjustments which he/she seeks. The immediate supervisor shall schedule a conference within five (5) days of the receipt of the request for review. At the grievance conference, the grievant shall have full opportunity to present relevant facts, information, and any other data relating to the grievance. Within five (5) days after the conclusion of the grievance hearing, the immediate supervisor shall inform, in writing, the grievant of the decision. A copy of the decision will be supplied to all parties and representatives in attendance at the grievance conference.
Step I. Any officer or the Association claiming a breach of any specific provision of this Contract may refer the matter in writing to the officer’s immediate supervisor outside the bargaining unit. This grievance shall be presented within twenty (20) calendar days from the earliest date that either the employee or the Association (by an Association officer, xxxxxxx, or other representative) knew or reasonably should have known of the alleged violation.
Step I. A teacher who has a complaint relating to the interpretation, application, administration or alleged violation of this Agreement shall inform the Principal and/or appropriate Superintendent of Education/Area. Such a complaint shall be brought to the attention of the Principal and/or appropriate Superintendent of Education/Area, stating, in writing, the specific clauses being contravened, within ten (10) regular school days of the occurrence or origination of the circumstances giving rise to the complaint. The Principal or Superintendent of Education/Area shall, within five (5) school days, attempt to resolve the complaint informally at a mutually agreed upon time. The teacher may have the assistance of the Bargaining Unit President or Grievance Officer. The Principal shall consult with and may seek the assistance of the appropriate Superintendent of Education/Area or designate, should there be an informal meeting. Notwithstanding the above, the Superintendent's or designate's and/or the Principal's answer shall be forwarded to the teacher not later than ten (10) regular school days after receiving the complaint in writing.
Step I. In the event that the grievance cannot be resolved informally between the grievant and the designated administrator or his/her designee, the grievant shall, within fifteen (15) days from the discovery of the event upon which the grievance is based, but in no case later than one (1) full semester after the semester in which the event occurred (excluding Spring and Summer sessions), serve a written grievance upon the designated administrator and discuss the same with such administrator, either individually or together with a Grievance Committee member. Such administrator or his/her designee shall attempt to resolve the formal grievance within five (5) days of its presentation by filing a written response.
Step I. An aggrieved employee shall first present his grievance verbally to his supervisor, with or without his xxxxxxx as the employee may determine within five (5) workdays after the grievance occurred, or the grievant should have diligently known. A grievance settled in Step I shall not be a precedent binding on other grievances. An employee having a grievance shall be given a reasonable time to take the grievance up with the shop xxxxxxx during working hours without loss of pay to the employee. The supervisor must give the grievant (and xxxxxxx if applicable) a verbal answer within five (5) workdays.
Step I. If the grievance is not resolved to the satisfaction of the grievant at the informal level, the grievant may further pursue the grievance within twenty (20) days after the grievant knew or should have known of the act or condition upon which the grievance is based by submitting the grievance in writing to his/her immediate supervisor. Within seven (7) days after the receipt of the Step I written grievance, the immediate supervisor shall meet with the grievant. Within seven (7) days of this meeting, the immediate supervisor shall provide the grievant and the Association with a written disposition of the grievance.