Step III. If the grievance is not settled at Step II, the aggrieved employee shall, within ten (10) working days from the date of the decision at Step II, forward the written grievance to the Director of Corrections. The Director of Corrections, or designee, shall meet with the aggrieved employee and/or his/her designated representative within ten (10) working days after receipt of the grievance. The Director of Corrections, or designee, shall furnish a copy of the decision in writing to the aggrieved employee, with a copy to the F.O.P., within ten (10) working days after the meeting.
Step III. The Bureau of Human Resources shall have twenty (20) calendar days in which to reply. If the Bureau of Human Resources does not respond within twenty (20) calendar days, or from the date of the Bureau of Human Resources’ response, the Association will have twenty (20) calendar days to notify the Bureau of Human Resources, in writing, of its intent to arbitrate.
Step III. If the Association is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance, or if no disposition has been made within five (5) calendar days of such meeting, the grievance shall be transmitted to the Superintendent within ten (10) days of the meeting. Within seven (7) calendar days of the receipt of the grievance, the superintendent or his designee shall meet with the Association on the grievance and shall indicate his disposition on the grievance in writing within five (5) calendar days of such meeting, and shall furnish a copy thereof to the Association.
Step III. 12.6.1 If the employee desires to appeal the grievance to 12.6 - Step III, the employee shall complete the appropriate appeal section of the grievance form, sign the appeal, and present the grievance to the Municipal Employee Relations Officer or designee, within five (5) working days following receipt of the written decision at
Step III. If the Union disagrees with the answer of the Superintendent - Employee Relations it may within 21 calendar days deliver a written notice referring the matter to arbitration or the concern will be considered resolved. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, the Company will notify the arbitrator within 7 days of receiving the referral. For the term of this Agreement, the arbitrator will provide a hearing date within 60 calendar days from the date the matter was referred to arbitration. If the arbitrator is unable to respond to the matter within these time limits, the parties must mutually request the selection of another arbitrator. The arbitrator shall render a written decision within 30 calendar days of the hearing based on the facts and with reference to this Collective Agreement. At the time of the appointment of the arbitrator the parties may agree to direct the arbitrator to provide an oral award as an alternative to a written decision. In all presentations to the arbitrator, the parties encourage the sharing of pertinent information and, wherever possible, submit joint statements of fact. The arbitrator shall not alter, modify, or amend any part of this Collective Agreement or make any decision inconsistent with its provisions. The decision of the arbitrator shall be binding on the parties. All arrangements for the hearing shall be made jointly, and expenses of the arbitrator shall be borne equally by the Company and the Union. Any matter dealing with a discharge case may be introduced into this appeal procedure at Step II within 7 calendar days of the occurrence of the event giving rise to the dispute.
Step III. If the grievant is not satisfied with the disposition made by the Superintendent or if no disposition has been made within the above- stated time limits, then the grievant shall complete Grievance Report Form, Step III, within ten (10) school days after notification of Step II disposition, and submit the grievance to the Board by filing a copy with the Secretary of the Board. Notification of such an appeal shall be given to the Superintendent. The Board, at its next regularly scheduled meeting or within two (2) weeks of the filing of the appeal, shall meet with the grievant and/or the Association representative, and the Superintendent or designee, to review such grievance in open or executive session at the grievant's option or give such other consideration as it shall deem appropriate. The disposition by the Board shall be made to the grievant by completing Grievance Report Form, Step III, within seven (7) days of the meeting. A notification of such disposition shall be furnished the grievant, the Association, and the Superintendent.
Step III. If the Association is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance by the Superintendent, or if no disposition has been made within five (5) calendar days of such meeting (or ten (10) calendar days from the date of filing, whichever shall be later), the grievance shall be transmitted to the Board by filing a written copy thereof with the secretary or other designee of the Board. The board, no later than its next regular meeting or two (2) calendar weeks, whichever shall be later, shall meet with the Association on the grievance. Disposition of the grievance in writing by the Board shall be made no later than seven (7) calendar days thereafter. A copy of such disposition shall be furnished to the Association.
Step III. If the grievance is not settled to the satisfaction of the grievor and Union, the grievance committee shall request a meeting with Management and such meeting shall take place within ten working (10) days of such request. The Shop Xxxxxxx involved in grievance shall be present at the meeting and the Grand Lodge Representative of the Union may be present if requested by either party. The Human Resources Manager or designate shall render his decision in writing within five (5) working days of the meeting. Failing settlement under Step Three of any grievance between the parties arising from the interpretation, administration, or alleged violation of this Agreement, including any question as to whether a matter is arbitrable, either party may request the grievance be taken to arbitration as hereinafter provided within ten (10) days of receipt of the last written disposition. No person shall be appointed as arbitrator who has been involved in an attempt to negotiate or settle the dispute. However, this provision does not preclude an arbitrator from acting as a mediator, as provided for in. the Labour Relations Act, if the parties consent. An arbitrator shall have the power to enforce the written settlement of a grievance, as provided in the Labour Relations Act. The decision of the Arbitrator shall be final, binding and enforceable on all parties, but in no event shall an Arbitrator be authorized to make any decision inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement, nor to alter, modify or amend any part of this Agreement except to the extent this Agreement is found to be in violation of relevant legislation. The party requesting arbitration shall indicate in its written request, the names of three (3) proposed arbitrators. Within five (5) days thereafter, the other party shall answer either agreeing to one of the proposed arbitrators or naming three (3) alternate arbitrators for consideration. If the parties cannot agree to an arbitrator, the Minister of Labour of the Province of Ontario may be asked to nominate a person to act as the sole arbitrator upon request of either party. The parties will each pay one-half of the remuneration and expenses of the arbitrator. It is recognized that upon mutual agreement, the parties may elect to use the mediation- arbitration procedure provided in Section 50 of the Labour Relations Act of Ontario.
Step III. Within the (10) working days of receipt of written notification from the Association, the Superintendent will schedule a meeting between the grievant, one other Association member, the Uniserv Director, the grievant’s immediate supervisor, and the Superintendent to consider the grievance. If satisfaction is not achieved at this meeting, the bargaining unit member or the Association may proceed to Step IV, by so indicating to the Board Secretary in writing.