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 i. shall have jurisdiction to determine whether the grievance presents an arbitral issue;
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.

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 In the event the grievance is not settled at STEP 3, the grieving party may appeal, within twenty (20) working days of the said judge's answer or failure to answer, to arbitration. The Employer and the Union shall mutually select the Arbitrator. The arbitration procedures under this contract, including the selection of an Arbitrator, in the event the parties are not able to mutually agree on an Arbitrator, shall be conducted under the voluntary rules and regulations of the American Arbitration Association. The Arbitrator shall proceed as promptly as possible to hear the controversy between the parties. The decision of the Arbitrator shall be binding and final on both parties. The Arbitrator's decision on any matter properly submitted as a grievance for dispute must be based upon an interpretation of the provisions of this Agreement or any supplemental agreements entered into between the Employer and the Union. The Arbitrator shall have no authority to require the Employer to purchase buildings or new equipment. The Arbitrator shall have no power to add to or subtract from or modify the terms and conditions of this Agreement. The Arbitrator's fees and the expense of arbitration shall be shared equally by the Employer and the Union. However, each party shall bear their own expenses in connection with the arbitration.

  • Step Five – Arbitration In the event that the grievance cannot be settled in Step Four, the matter shall be referred to an arbitrator by the Union or by the Employer for determination within thirty (30) days from the meeting of the Principals Committee in Step Four. Due notice of submission to arbitration shall consist of written notice to the Employer if the issue is raised by the Union, or if the issue is raised by the Employer, written notice to the Union. The arbitrator shall be selected by the Union and the Employer. If the parties are unable to agree on an arbitrator, either party may request a panel of seven (7) arbitrators from the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS). The parties shall alternately strike names from the list until one (1) name remains (grieving party shall strike first). The remaining person shall be the arbitrator. The arbitrator selected shall hold a hearing promptly and shall issue a written decision not later than thirty (30) days from the date of the close of the hearings or, if oral hearings have been waived, then from the date on which the written final statements and proofs on issues were submitted. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding upon the parties. This Arbitrator shall have no authority to amend, alter, add to or subtract from this Agreement. All expenses of the Arbitrator shall be jointly and equally shared by the parties. The decision of the Arbitrator shall become a part of this Agreement, and each of the parties hereto agrees to abide by the said decision of the Arbitrator.

  • Step Four - Arbitration 2515 In the event the grievance remains unresolved, the grieving party, through the Union Business Representative, may appeal the grievance to arbitration. Written notice of such appeal must be sent by certified mail to the Manager of Labor Relations/or designee within fifteen (15) workdays after receipt of the Step Three response. No grievance shall be appealed to arbitration without first being processed through the appropriate steps of the Grievance Procedure. 2516 An impartial Arbitrator shall be selected by mutual agreement of the parties. In the event mutual agreement is not reached, the party appealing the grievance to arbitration shall request a panel of arbitrators from the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. Upon receipt of said panel, the parties will select an arbitrator by alternately striking names. 2517 The Arbitrator shall be prohibited from adding to, modifying or subtracting from the terms of this Agreement or any supplemental written agreement of the parties. Further, it shall not be within the jurisdiction of the Arbitrator to change any existing wage rate or establish a new wage rate. However, grievances involving reclassification are within the scope of the Arbitrator; the decision of the Arbitrator, however, is limited to change in the classification of a position with accompanying wage schedule. 2518 The award of the Arbitrator shall be final and binding on both parties. Each party shall pay one half (½) the cost of the arbitration proceedings and each party shall be responsible for the cost of its own representatives and witnesses. There shall be no interruptions of work by the Employer or employee(s) pending an Arbitrator's award.

  • Mediation/Arbitration 18.1 In accordance with Article 16.6, grievances may proceed through the grievance procedure to a mediator for the purpose of resolving grievances in an expeditious and informed manner. The mediator shall endeavour to assist the parties to settle the grievance by mediation. If the parties are unable to settle the grievance by mediation, the parties, by mutual consent, may empower the mediator as an arbitrator and the arbitrator shall determine the grievance by arbitration. When determining the grievance by arbitration, the arbitrator may establish or limit the nature and extent and form of the evidence and may impose such conditions, as they consider appropriate. The arbitrator shall give a succinct decision within seven (7) calendar days after completing proceedings, unless the parties agree otherwise.

  • Expedited Arbitration 1. Scope By mutual agreement, the parties may refer a grievance to the following expedited arbitration process.*

  • 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.

  • Expedited Arbitrations Where a difference arises at an institution relating to the interpretation, application or administration of a local agreement, including where an allegation is made that a term or condition of a local agreement has been violated, either of the local parties may, after exhausting the steps of the grievance procedure under the local agreement, notify the other local party within ten (10) calendar days of receipt of the last grievance step reply, of its desire to arbitrate and to submit the difference or allegation to expedited arbitration before a single arbitrator.

  • 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.