Step 4 - Arbitration definition

Step 4 - Arbitration. If the Union is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance at Step 3 by the Board or if no disposition has been made within the period above provided, the Union may submit the grievance, within thirty (30) days of the expiration of Step 3, to arbitration before an impartial arbitrator. If the arbitrator cannot be selected by mutual agreement of the parties, the arbitrator shall be selected by the American Arbitration Association in accord with its rules. Neither the Employer nor the Union shall be permitted to assert in such arbitration proceeding any ground or to rely on any evidence not previously disclosed to the other party. The arbitrator shall have no power to alter, add to, or subtract from the terms of this Agreement. Both parties agree to be bound by the award of the arbitrator, and that judgment thereon may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction. The fees and expenses of the arbitrator shall be shared equally by the Union and the Employer.
Step 4 - Arbitration. A grievance unresolved at Step 3 may be submitted to arbitration upon request of the FOP. The FOP, based upon the facts presented, has the right to decide whether to arbitrate a grievance. Within ten (10) calendar days from the date of the final answer on a grievance from Step 3, the FOP shall notify the Director of Labor Relations of its intent to seek arbitration over an unresolved grievance. The FOP may withdraw its request to arbitrate at any time prior to the actual hearing. Any cancellation fee due the arbitrator shall be paid by the party or parties canceling the arbitration unless otherwise agreed to. Any grievance not submitted within the ten (10) calendar day period described above shall be deemed settled on the basis of the last answer given by the Employer or representative(s).
Step 4 - Arbitration. If the Board’s decision is not acceptable to the Association, the Association may file a notice of Demand for Arbitration upon the Board within ten (10) working days after its receipt of the Board of Education’s (or designee’s) decision or when the decision was due. Upon notification, the Employer and the Association may mutually agree to the selection of an arbitrator. If no arbitrator is selected within ten (10) working days after the date that the Association files the Demand for Arbitration with the Board, thereafter the arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the American Arbitration Association.

Examples of Step 4 - Arbitration in a sentence

  • Failing resolution, within ten (10) days from the date the grievance was received at Step 3, it may be sent by either Party to Step 4 - Arbitration following the final Step 3 meeting.

  • In the event that the Appointing Authority determines that the LCA has been violated, an employee may still avail themself of Article 21 Grievance Procedure, beginning at Step 4 - Arbitration, but limited to the issue of whether the employee did in fact violate the LCA.

More Definitions of Step 4 - Arbitration

Step 4 - Arbitration. If no settlement has been reached within the fifteen (15) calendar days referred to in the preceding subsection and either party believes the grievance to be invalid, either party may demand arbitration of the grievance. The Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC) shall provide the parties an arbitrator. The decision of the Arbitrator, after the proper process, shall be final and binding on both parties and subject to no further proceedings.
Step 4 - Arbitration. If the decision issued at Step 3 is unsatisfactory to the Union, the Union and/or the Employer may request arbitration. In order to be a timely request for arbitration, the party filing the request must do so within thirty
Step 4 - Arbitration. If the grievance is not satisfactorily settled in Step 3, the Union may make a written request that the grievance be submitted to arbitration. A request for arbitration must be submitted within fourteen (14) days following the date the grievance was answered in Step 3. In the event arbitration is not requested within the time limit prescribed, the grievance shall be considered resolved, based upon the Step 3 reply.

Related to Step 4 - Arbitration

  • Arbitration means any arbitration whether or not administered by a permanent arbitral institution;

  • Arbitration Board shall include a single arbitrator selected by the Employer and the Union.

  • Notice of Arbitration means the formal notice from the CONTRACTOR or the CUSTOMER to the other party referring a dispute to arbitration in accordance with the provisions of Schedule 2-9.

  • Mediation means any process in which a mediator facilitates communication and negotiation between the parties to assist them in reaching a voluntary agreement regarding their dispute.

  • UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules means the arbitration rules of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law.

  • Arbitration Tribunal means an organ composed of an odd number of persons known as arbitrators, who decide on the solution of a conflict in which the parties have expressly waived recourse to the ordinary civil courts

  • Compulsory arbitration means the procedure whereby parties involved in a labor dispute

  • Arbitration Panel shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3 hereof.

  • Dispute Resolution means the procedure set forth in this LGIP for resolution of a dispute between the Parties.

  • Alternative dispute resolution means mediation, arbitration, conciliation, or other nonjudicial procedure that involves a neutral party in the decisionmaking process. The form of alternative dispute resolution chosen pursuant to this article may be binding or nonbinding, with the voluntary consent of the parties.

  • JAMS means JAMS, Inc. or its successor entity, a judicial arbitration and mediation service.

  • ICC Rules shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.3(a).

  • Dispute Resolution Procedure means the procedure for resolution of Disputes set forth in Article 18;

  • Dispute Resolution Scheme means the Electricity and Gas Complaints Commission or such other dispute resolution scheme approved or provided for in accordance with section 95 of the Act;

  • Arbitration Act means the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 and shall include any amendment to or any re-enactment thereof as in force from time to time.

  • Dispute Resolution Procedures means the procedures outlined in Annexure A of the MSA Determination.

  • Dispute Resolution Process means the process described in clause 9

  • AAA Rules means the relevant AAA arbitration rules and procedures in effect when the arbitration on the Claim is filed. • “Administrator” means the entity that will conduct any arbitration. • “Arbitrator” means the person(s) chosen by you and us to hear and decide any arbitration. • “Claim” means any claim or dispute that any way relates to or affects: ° Your account; ° The Agreement; ° The solicitation for your account; or ° The actions or omissions of you, us, or Our Related Parties related to or affects your account or Agreement. A Claim also includes, but is not limited to, any Claim (a) based on contract, tort (including intentional torts); (b) based on constitutional, statutory, regulatory, or common law rights; (c) made in law or in equity; (d) for damages or penalties; or (e) for injunctive, declaratory, or equitable relief. • “Class Proceedings” means any court action or arbitration where a Claim is or Claims are brought: ° By or on behalf of a class or group; ° In a representative capacity or otherwise on a class basis; or ° In the form of a private attorney general action. • “FAA” means the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1 through 16, as amended. • “Our Related Parties” mean any of the following people: ° Our affiliated third parties such as our parent, subsidiaries, and affiliates; ° Our unaffiliated third parties that provide any products, services, marketing, or benefits in connection with your account; and ° The officers, directors, agents, employees, and assigns of us, our affiliated third parties, and our unaffiliated third parties. • “Ordinary Claim” means a Claim that meets (1) or (2) or both below. (1) A Claim where all of the following are met: (a) The only remedy sought for the Claim is monetary damages; (b)The recovery sought for the Claim is less than $25,000 excluding interest and costs; and (c) The only parties to any action to resolve the Claim will be you, us and/or Our Related Parties. (2) Any individual Claim filed in small claims court within its jurisdiction, as long as the Claim remains in that court. • “Rules” means the relevant arbitration rules and procedures of the Administrator in effect when the arbitration on the Claim is filed. • “your” or “you” mean you and Your Related Parties. • “Your Related Parties” mean any of the following people: ° Any co-applicant, joint cardmember, authorized user, or guarantor on your account; ° Your heirs; and ° Your trustee in bankruptcy.

  • Arbitration Rules means the AAA’s Commercial Arbitration Rules and Mediation Procedures.