The Director of Human Resources Sample Clauses

The Director of Human Resources may on an annual basis make a special assignment to a member of the Secretarial/Clerical Bargaining Unit to coordinate, resolve technology operational difficulties, and in-service staff. If this assignment is provided to a member of the Secretarial/Clerical Bargaining Unit, 35 cents per hour will be added to the listed hourly rate.
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The Director of Human Resources of the Corporation shall be responsible for investigating complaints of harassment or appointing a person to investigate such complaints. It is the responsibility of the person investigating an allegation of harassment to:
The Director of Human Resources. Employer (or designate) shall meet with the grievor and a Union Xxxxxxx, in person or virtually as agreed amongst the parties, within thirty (30) twenty (20) days and shall render his/her decision in writing within seven (7) days following such meeting.
The Director of Human Resources. (or designate) shall communicate the final rating and/or other decisions made by the Committee to the appropriate Department Director, the concerned Supervisor, the Union and the incumbent(s) of the committee’s decision. Subject to completion of the

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