The Arbitration Board Sample Clauses

The Arbitration Board shall decide whether or not the Employer has introduced, or intends to introduce a technological change, and upon deciding that the Employer has or intends to introduce a technological change the Arbitration Board:
The Arbitration Board i) shall not have the power to alter or amend any provision of the Collective Agreement, or to substitute any provision or to give any decision inconsistent with the terms of this Collective Agreement;
The Arbitration Board. 1. An Arbitration Board is hereby established to process cases which cannot be resolved by the parties. A sub- committee of the Arbitration Board will meet to settle cases when assigned to the sub-committee by the Teamsters California State Council of Cannery and Food Processing Unions and California Processors, Inc. Sub-committee hearings shall be held on dates and in areas mutually agreed upon by California Processors, Inc. and the Teamsters California State Council of Cannery and Food Processing Unions. The Teamsters Cannery Council and California Processors, Inc. shall schedule sufficient monthly meetings of the sub-com- mittee of the Arbitration Board to resolve pending grievances promptly. All cases involving contract griev- ances, classification of jobs or employees and all other matters arising under the contract shall be assigned to the sub-committee. Cases involving discipline will not be referred to the sub-committee, unless mutually agreed to by the parties. The sub-committee of the Arbitration Board will consist of equal representation between the Employer and the Union. Members of the Arbitration Board or the sub-committee may not act on cases involving that member’s company or local union. If the sub-committee is unable to resolve a case, that matter will be referred to the Arbitrator. Decisions of the sub-committee will be in writing and will be final and binding on both parties.
The Arbitration Board i. shall have jurisdiction to determine whether the grievance presents an arbitral issue;

Related to The Arbitration Board

  • Arbitration Board Where the parties agree to a Board of Arbitration, the party referring the grievance to arbitration shall also provide the name of that party’s nominee to the Board of Arbitration. Within ten (10) days thereafter, the other party shall answer by registered mail, indicating the name and address of its nominee to the Board of Arbitration. The selection of the Chair shall be in accordance with the list of arbitrators above.

  • Expenses of Arbitration Board Each party shall bear the expenses of the arbitrator appointed by such party, and shall pay half of the expenses of the Chairperson and of the stenographic and other expenses of the Board, unless paid by the Labour Relations Board of the Province of British Columbia.

  • Step 4 - Arbitration If the grievant is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance by the Board or is no disposition has been made within the period above provided, the grievance, only at the option of the Association, may be submitted before an impartial arbitrator. The Association shall exercise the right of arbitration by giving the Superintendent written notice of intent to arbitrate within twenty (20) school days of receipt of the written disposition of the Board. If the parties cannot agree as to the arbitrator within five (5) school days from the notification date that the arbitration will be pursued, the arbitrator shall be selected by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with its rules, which rules shall likewise govern the arbitration proceedings. The parties shall not be permitted to assert in such arbitration proceeding any ground or to rely on any evidence not previously disclosed to the other party. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding upon both parties.

  • Mediation/Arbitration (a) All disputes, claims or controversies arising out of or relating to this Agreement (collectively, “Disputes”) shall be submitted to non-binding mediation by either party to an impartial mediator, as agreed to by the parties, and appointed through JAMS in San Francisco, California, for a good faith effort at resolution. The mediator shall review the Dispute within thirty (30) days of submission or at such other time provided the parties so agree. Any mediation fee shall be paid equally among the parties. Any Dispute which is not resolved through such mandatory mediation shall be settled by final and binding arbitration before a single neutral arbitrator of JAMS in accordance with the then current Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association in San Francisco, California. Judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court in California. In the event that any Dispute between Indemnitee and the Corporation should result in arbitration, the prevailing party in the Dispute shall be entitled to recover from the other party all reasonable fees, costs and expenses of enforcing any right of the prevailing party, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees, experts’ fees, and expenses. Each party agrees that the Dispute as mediated and/or arbitrated and the final resolution of such Dispute shall be considered to be confidential information, and shall be kept confidential by each party.

  • Expedited Arbitration (a) The Parties may by mutual agreement refer to expedited arbitration any outstanding grievances considered suitable for this process, and shall set dates and locations for hearings of groups of grievances considered suitable for expedited arbitration.

  • Grievance Arbitration Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, for the purposes of this Article, an Employee has the right to grieve any filling of a vacancy or Assignment in the bargaining unit.

  • NO ARBITRATION Disputes involving this contract, including the breach or alleged breach thereof, may not be submitted to binding arbitration (except where statutorily authorized), but must, instead, be heard in a court of competent jurisdiction of the State of New York.

  • Level Four - Arbitration If the grievant is not satisfied with the decision at Level Three, within ten (10) calendar days after receipt of the Board's response at Level Three, the grievance may be appealed to arbitration by the Association. Within ten (10) calendar days after such written notice of the appeal to arbitration, the Superintendent and the Association will attempt to agree upon a mutually acceptable arbitrator and to obtain a commitment from such arbitrator to serve. If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator or to obtain such a commitment within the ten (10) day period, a request for a list of seven (7) arbitrators may be made to the Oregon Employment Relations Board by either party. The parties may mutually agree to request arbitrators who reside or maintain an office in Oregon. The parties will then be bound by the AAA Rules in the selection of an arbitrator. The arbitrator selected will hold a hearing promptly and will issue a decision not later than thirty (30) days from the date of the close of the hearing. The arbitrator's decision will be in writing and will set forth his/her findings of fact, reasoning and conclusions on the issues submitted to the Board and the Association and will be final and binding upon the parties. The arbitrator shall not add to, subtract from, modify, or amend any terms of this Agreement. The arbitrator shall have no power to substitute his/her discretion for that of the Board in any manner not specifically contracted away by the Board. The decision of the arbitrator within the scope of his/her authority shall be binding on the parties. The costs for the services of the arbitrator, including per diem expenses, if any, and travel and subsistence expenses and the cost of any hearing room will be borne equally by the Board and the Association. All other costs will be borne by the party incurring them.

  • Arbitration Panel The arbitration panel shall consist of three arbitrators. The arbitrators must be impartial and must be or must have been officers of life insurance and or securities companies other than the parties or their affiliates.

  • Scope of Arbitration The Executive expressly understands and agrees that claims subject to arbitration under this section include asserted violations of the Employee Retirement and Income Security Act of 1974; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act; the Older Worker’s Benefit Protection Act; the Americans with Disabilities Act; Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended); the Family and Medical Leave Act; any law prohibiting discrimination, harassment or retaliation in employment; any claim of promissory estoppel or detrimental reliance, defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress; or the public policy of any state, or any federal, state or local law.