A grievance definition

A grievance means a dispute or disagreement as to the interpretation or application of terms and conditions of employment contained in this Agreement.
A grievance means a dispute or disagreement as to the interpretation or application of any term or terms of any contract required under Minnesota Statutes § 179A.21 Subd. 1.
A grievance means any complaint:

Examples of A grievance in a sentence

  • A Grievance is a written expression of dissatisfaction with Us or with Provider services.

  • A Grievance" may not be used to bypass the regular grievance procedure.

  • A Grievance Committee shall be elected to consist of two (2) to four (4) employees elected by the Union members employed in the operation covered by this Agreement.

More Definitions of A grievance

A grievance means any difference between the persons bound by the Agreement concerning its interpretation, application, operation, or any alleged violation thereof, or any dispute, including any questions as to whether any matter is arbitrable.
A grievance means a difference concerning the interpretation, applications, administration, or alleged violation of this Agreement.
A grievance means a dispute concerning the interpretation or application of a specific term or provision of this Agreement. Any grievance filed shall refer to the provision(s) alleged to have been violated, and shall set forth the facts pertaining to the alleged violation. The grievance will systematically follow the steps of the grievance procedure contained in this Article, except as otherwise provided.
A grievance means a Faculty member’s, or a group of Faculty members’, expressed feeling of dissatisfaction with aspects of the working conditions and working relationships which are outside the Faculty member’s control, including appeals from adverse disciplinary actions not covered by paramount law or regulation. The grievance procedure stated herein shall extend only to the interpretation or application of existing agreements or to University of Guam personnel policies and regulations and shall not extend to the settlement of disputes or allegations of unfair labor practices for which procedures are otherwise provided by law and regulations. A grievance cannot be filed against another Faculty member. Further, a grievance cannot be filed regarding: 1) reappointment decisions; or 2) the refusal of the President to grant promotion or the Board to grant tenure.
A grievance means a complaint either by a unit employee concerning his or her conditions of employment, or by the Union in its own behalf or concerning conditions of employment of any employee. Unless excluded below, such a complaint may concern the adverse impact of:
A grievance means a written complaint submitted by you, or on your behalf, regarding anything that you are not happy with except for an adverse utilization review determination, such as a denied service or referral for service. If you have a Grievance, you or your representative may submit it to us at: Community Health Plan of Washington Attn: Grievances 0000 Xxxxx Xxx, Xxxxx 000 Seattle, WA 98101 Fax: (000) 000-0000 Your Grievance must include: • Member name, address, and telephone number; • CHPW Member number; • The nature of the Grievance; • Why you are asking for reconsideration; and • Anything that will help your Grievance. We will issue a written decision to you or your representative within 20 business days after receiving your Grievance and all information necessary for us to review the Grievance. We may take additional time to complete our review if we establish that the 20 day time frame cannot reasonably be met due to our inability to obtain necessary information from a person or entity not affiliated with or under contract with us. We will provide written notice of the delay to you, which will explain the reasons for the delay. In such instances, we must issue our decisions within 20 days of receiving all necessary information. If our decision is adverse to you, the decision will contain: • The names, titles and qualifying credentials of the person or persons participating in the first level Grievance review process; • A statement of the reviewers’ understanding of the Member’s grievance and all pertinent facts; • The reviewers’ decision in clear terms, and the basis for their decision; • A reference to the evidence or documentation used as the basis for the decision; • Notice of your right to contact the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner; and • A description of the process to obtain a second level review of a Grievance, the procedures and time frames governing a second level review, and your rights related to a second level review of your Grievance.
A grievance means any difference arising out of the interpretation, application, administration or alleged violation of this Collective Agreement.