Step Two a. If the grievance is not resolved at Step One of the grievance procedure within ten (10) working days of the date of the request made for a meeting referred to in Article A.6.2.a the grievance may be referred to Step Two of the grievance procedure by letter, through the president or designate of the local to the superintendent or designate. The superintendent or designate shall forthwith meet with the president or designate of the local, and attempt to resolve the grievance.
Step Two. If the grievance is not resolved to the employee's satisfaction at Step One, the grievant may, within ten (10) working days after the last day the supervisor has to respond in Step One, submit the grievance to the President or designee. Within ten (10) working days of receipt of the written grievance, the President or designee shall conduct a hearing to investigate and review the grievance. If the grievance involves a charge of discrimination, the President may extend the timelines at this level up to ten (10) working days. Both the grievant and the Union shall be notified of the date, time, and place of the hearing. The employee shall be entitled to Union representation at the hearing. Within ten (10) working days after the hearing, the President or designee shall provide the grievant with a written answer and explanation thereof, based on the data gathered at that hearing.
Step Two. In the event that a resolution of the grievance, satisfactory to the Union and the Employer, does not result at Step One, an attempt to resolve the grievance shall be made between the employee, the shop chairperson and/or a Union representative and a person or persons designated by the Employer. This step must be taken by notice in writing within five (5) days of the date on which the written answer was delivered in Step One.
Step Two. If the matter is not resolved to the satisfaction of the employee as a result of such discussion, the Union may within seven (7) calendar days, deliver a written grievance to the specific production area manager. Such grievance shall name the employee involved, shall state the facts giving rise to the grievance, shall identify the alleged contract violations with appropriate references, shall state the contention of the employee with respect to these provisions, and shall indicate the relief requested. The grievance must be signed by the employee. The specific production manager or his designate shall within fourteen (14) calendar days hold a meeting with the employee, the xxxxxxx, and a representative from Human Resources in an attempt to settle the matter. The specific production area manager shall then within a further seven (7) calendar days give his response to the Union in writing. A written grievance to be processed to the next step shall state the reasons why the previous reply was unsatisfactory and shall be signed by the xxxxxxx and a member of the grievance committee. Step Three If the grievance is not settled within seven (7) calendar days or a longer period of time agreed by the parties and the Union wishes to pursue the matter, the grievance must be submitted in writing to the Human Resources Manager and Operations Manager who shall within fourteen (14) calendar days hold a meeting with two grievance committee representatives, and shall give a written response within ten (10) calendar days from the date of the meeting. At this meeting, a Regional Representative of the Union may be present.
Step Two. If the dispute is not resolved at Step One, the grievance and redress sought shall be put in writing and signed by the employee. Local 79 shall file the grievance with the Division Head within ten (10) working days following the Step One meeting, and shall provide the grievor’s immediate supervisor with a copy of the grievance. The Division Head shall confer with the Representative of Local 79 within twenty (20) working days after receipt of the grievance at Step Two, and shall advise Local 79 in writing of his/her decision in respect to the grievance within ten (10) working days of the time of the conference. The grievor will attend the Step Two meeting upon the request of Local 79, provided that such request must be made at least five (5) working days prior to the date of the Step Two meeting.
Step Two. If no satisfactory agreement is reached at Step One, the aggrieved person may reduce the grievance to writing and shall deliver a copy of the grievance within ten (10) days of such informal discussion to the designated representative of the Board and to the designated representative of the Association. The written grievance shall recite the facts alleged, the provision(s) of the Agreement claimed to have been violated, the remedy or correction requested and be dated and signed by the employee or employees prosecuting the grievance. Within ten (10) days of the receipt of the grievance the designated representative of the Board shall meet with the Association’s designated representative in an effort to resolve the grievance. The aggrieved person, at his/her discretion, may be present at such meeting. Within five (5) days of the above meeting, the designated representative of the Board shall deliver a written answer to the grievance to the Association’s designated representative either granting or denying it and, if it is denied, stating the reasons for denial.
Step Two. Failing a satisfactory resolution at Step One the Union may re-submit the grievance to the Director of Labour Relations within fourteen (14) calendar days or upon receipt of the Employers official response to the grievance. The Director of Labour Relations or their designate shall, where practicable, meet with the Grievance Committee, the grievor, and the Xxxxxxx if necessary, within twenty one (21) calendar days. The Director of Labour Relations or their designate will issue a response in writing to the Chairperson of the Grievance Committee within fourteen
Step Two. If the matter is not resolved in Step One, the grievance must be forwarded to the Executive Director or designate within ten (10) calendar days. The Executive Director or designate shall meet with the employee and Shop Xxxxxxx or Union Representative to discuss the grievance within ten (10) calendar days. Following such a meeting, the Employer shall respond within ten (10) calendar days. Where the employee is not satisfied with the decision, the Union may proceed to have the matter arbitrated.
Step Two. If the grievance remains unresolved following the STEP ONE process, the grievance may be submitted to the Xxxx of the Faculty (or delegate) in which the Employee works. Where the Xxxx is the Faculty Supervisor, the grievance shall be submitted to the Vice-Principal of Research (or delegate). Such grievance shall be submitted within ten (10) Business Days of the STEP ONE response. The Xxxx (or delegate) shall convene a meeting with the Employee and the Union Representative(s) to discuss the grievance within ten (10) Business Days of the receipt of the grievance and shall respond to the grievance, in writing, within ten (10) Business Days of this meeting.