Step One Sample Clauses

Step One a. The local or an employee alleging a grievance ("the grievor") shall request a meeting with the employer official directly responsible, and at such meeting they shall attempt to resolve the grievance summarily. Where the grievor is not the local, the grievor shall be accompanied at this meeting by a representative appointed by the local.
Step One. The Union shall submit a written grievance to the Department Head/Director or designate within fourteen (14) calendar days of an issue being identified. The Department Head/Director or designate shall, where practicable, meet with the chair of the Grievance Committee or designate, the grievor, and the Xxxxxxx twenty-one (21) calendar days of the receipt of the grievance. The Department Head/Director or designate will issue a response in writing to the Chairperson of the Grievance Committee within fourteen (14) calendar days of the above meeting. In the event the Department Head/Director, or their designate, denies the grievance, they shall state the reasons in writing.
Step One a) If a matter is not resolved by the Informal Discussion with the Employment Supervisor as provided for in Article 11.03 above, a formal grievance may be submitted to the Department Head (or designate) for the academic unit in which the Employee works. Such grievance shall be submitted within ten (10) Business Days of the discussion provided for in Article 11.03 above. The grievance must be stated in writing, by the Union, outlining the facts of the grievance, the Article(s) of the Agreement alleged to have been violated, and the relief sought. The form must be signed and dated by the grievor and a representative of the Union.
Step One. (a) At this step, notice in writing of the grievance must be filed with a person designated by the Employer within ten (10) working days after the occurrence of the alleged grievance or of the date on which the employee first has knowledge of it.
Step One. If the grievance is submitted but not resolved within ten (10) calendar days from the time the grievance was first discussed with the Supervisor, the grievor and/or the Union representative may, within the ensuing ten (10) calendar days, submit the grievance in writing to the Department Head or designate.
Step One. If the grievance is not resolved at the informal step, the teacher/Association shall file the grievance in writing with the Principal. The written grievance shall state the nature of the grievance, shall note the specific clauses(s) of the agreement allegedly violated, and state the remedy requested. The filing of the written grievance must be within thirty (30) days from the date of the occurrence of the event, or within thirty (30) days from the date the teacher has knowledge of the event giving rise to the grievance. The Principal shall meet with the grievant within five (5) days after receipt of the grievance and discuss the grievance. Within five (5) days of the meeting, the grievant and the Association shall be provided with the Principal's written decision, including the reasons for the decision.
Step One. The employee, with or without a Shop Xxxxxxx or Union Committee member (at the employee’s option), shall first discuss the grievance with her/his immediate supervisor or department head within seven (7) calendar days of the occurrence of the griev- ance. In this first step, both parties shall make every effort to settle the dispute. If the grievance is not settled at this step, then:
Step One. The employee, with or without a Shop Xxxxxxx or Union Committee member (at the employee's option), shall first discuss the grievance with his/her immediate supervisor or department head within seven (7) calendar days of the occurrence of the grievance. The supervisor will respond within three working days of discussing the grievance with the employee. If the grievance is not settled at this step: STEP TWO: Then within seven (7) calendar days of the Step One meeting, the grievance shall be reduced to writing, signed by the employee and a Shop Xxxxxxx or Union Committee member and shall be presented to the immediate supervisor or the department head by a Shop Xxxxxxx or a Union Committee member. The parties will meet to discuss the grievance. Within seven (7) calendar days following the meeting, the supervisor or the department head shall give his/her written reply. If the grievance is not settled at this step, STEP THREE: Then within ten (10) calendar days of receiving the Step Two response, the Union Committee or its delegate, shall notify the Company in writing that the grievance will proceed to Step Three. The Company and Union will meet within twenty-one (21) calendar days of referral of the grievance to Step Three to discuss the grievance. At this step of the grievance procedure, each party shall provide to the other a statement of facts and copies of all relevant documents. The findings or decisions of the Employer shall be presented to the Union in writing within seven (7) calendar days of the meeting. If the grievance is not settled at this step, either party may refer the grievance to arbitration under Articles 7 or 8 within twenty-one (21) calendar days of the presentation of this decision. The Employer agrees that their representatives at the Step 3 meeting have the authority to resolve the grievance.
Step One. Any grievance of an employee shall first be taken up between such employee, his Union Xxxxxxx and his Supervisor, within seven (7) working days of the date of the decision under Article 5.02
Step One. If an employee believes she may have a grievance, she may first submit a grievance to and discuss the matter with her immediate supervisor, accompanied by her xxxxxxx if she so wishes. The supervisor shall give her reply within five calendar days.