Grievant definition

Grievant means an employee or group of employees having the same grievance. In the case of a group of employees, one employee shall be designated by the group to act as spokesperson and to be responsible for processing the grievance.
Grievant means a bargaining unit member or group of bargaining unit members or the Association.

Examples of Grievant in a sentence

  • All exhibits that the Agency or Grievant want the Administrator of the DAS Employee Relations Division/Designee to consider must be received by the DAS Employee Relations Division and the opposing party a minimum of three days before the mini-hearing.

  • A Grievant shall first present a Grievance to their immediate supervisor to attempt to resolve the matter informally.

  • The Grievant shall have the right to have an Association Representative present at all levels of the grievance procedure.

  • The Grievance Board of Adjustment and/or arbitrator shall not have the authority to excuse a failure by the Grievant to comply with the time limitations set forth above regardless of the reason given for such failure.

  • The Coordinator, within 10 days, then attempts to resolve the grievance between the Grievant and Respondent.


More Definitions of Grievant

Grievant means an employee or group of employees who has/have filed a grievance in a dispute over a provision of the Agreement which confers rights upon the employee. AFSCME may file a grievance in a dispute over a provision of the Agreement that confers rights upon AFSCME.
Grievant means an employee having a grievance.
Grievant means one or more members of the bargaining unit, the Union or the University in the appropriate cases, damaged or injured by the act or omission being grieved.
Grievant is a member, group of members, or the Association that files a grievance.
Grievant means the employee or employees filing the grievance.
Grievant means an employee or group of employees who has/have filed a grievance in a dispute over a provision of this Agreement which confers rights upon the employee(s). The UFF may file a grievance in a dispute over a provision of this Agreement that confers rights upon a group of employees or the UFF. The parties may agree to consolidate grievances of a similar nature to expedite the review process. In a consolidated grievance, one appropriate Form may be attached, bearing the signatures of the grievants.
Grievant is a term designating the individual employee, the group of employees, or the Association of the District having a grievance.