Step I definition

Step I. When an employee(s) has a grievance he/she may file a formal grievance in writing on the Official Grievance Form with his/her supervisor or other designated employer representative. The statement of grievance shall state in writing a complete statement of the facts giving rise to the grievance, the specific article(s), sections, and lines(s) of the Contract which have been violated and the specific relief and/or remedy sought. The Official Grievance Form must be signed by the grievant or grievants. If CWA is representing the grievant and the grievant is unavailable for signature, a union representative may sign the Official Grievance Form on behalf of the grievant. Union grievances as defined in 13.3 of this Article may be signed by a union representative. Such grievance must be filed within fifteen (15) days after the grievant should reasonably have had knowledge of the alleged violation of the Contract or within fifteen (15) days following the conclusion of informal discussion, but in no case may a grievance be filed six (6) months after the occurrence of the act giving rise to the grievance. The immediate supervisor or other designated Board representative shall have fifteen (15) days after receipt of the grievance in which to hold a meeting with the grievant. The grievant shall be advised in writing of the time, place, and date of such meeting. The Supervisor shall render a decision within fifteen (15) days after the conclusion of the hearing by filling out the Official Grievance Form with his or her decision. A written copy of the decision and all relevant information on which the decision was based will be sent to the grievant, and the Union representative.
Step I. A grievant wishing to assert a grievance shall file same in writing, in compliance with all requirements herein stated, with the immediate supervisor in the College administrative staff, within twenty (s) working days from and after the day when the act or omission giving rise to the grievance occurs, or within twenty (20) working days from and after the day when the grievant acquires or in the exercise of reasonable diligence should have acquired, knowledge of such act or omission. Within ten (10) working days of the receipt of the grievance, the immediate supervisor shall meet with the grievant in an effort to resolve the problem. The immediate supervisor shall indicate in writing within five (5) working days of this meeting the disposition of the grievance. A copy of the disposition shall be furnished to the Union.
Step I. Any Employee who has a grievance shall discuss the matter with his/her immediate Administrator within ten (10) school days after the Employee had, or reasonably should have had, knowledge of the event leading to the grievance. Every effort for an informal resolution shall be made, in a good faith attempt to resolve the problem.

Examples of Step I in a sentence

  • STEP I is the Submittal of Prequalification as described in Section II (D).

  • STEP I The employee having a specific grievance shall take it first to his/her immediate supervisor who shall respond within five (5) working days.

  • STEP I No later than ten (10) work days after the grievant could reasonably be expected to know about the occurrence of the alleged violation giving rise to the grievance, the grievant shall submit to the proper immediate administrative authority, who has the authority to bring about a resolution of the alleged problem, a completed and signed STEP I grievance.


More Definitions of Step I

Step I. The aggrieved employee shall present his verbal grievance to his division coordinator or designee. The aggrieved employee may request that a Union Xxxxxxx be present. Discussions will be informal for the purpose of settling differences in the simplest and most direct manner. The division coordinator or designee shall reach a decision and communicate it orally to the aggrieved employee within three (3) working days from the date the grievance was presented to him.
Step I. If an employee has a grievance, he/she shall first present the grievance orally to his/her immediate supervisor or his/her designated replacement, either alone or accompanied by a Union representative, within five (5) days of his/her knowledge of the occurrence of the event causing the grievance, but not later than fifteen (15) days from the time of the event and shall state that he/she is presenting a grievance. The supervisor shall be required to give an oral answer within five (5) days.
Step I. If an employee or Union Xxxxxxx has a grievance, he/she shall first present the grievance orally to the Supervisor (i.e., Coordinator of Facilities Engineering or his/her designee), either alone or accompanied by a union representative, within thirty (30) days of the employee's knowledge of the occurrence of the event causing the grievance, and shall state that he/she is presenting a grievance. The Supervisor or his/her designee shall be required to give a written answer to the grievant, and send a copy to the Union, within ten (10) days of the presentation of the grievance.
Step I. Division Director Review Div. Director: Date Received: Date Decision rendered: STEP II: Department Director Review Dept. Director: Date Received: Date Decision rendered: STEP III: County Administrator or designee
Step I. The grievance shall be filed in writing with the Director of Human Resources. The forms utilized to report and file the grievance shall be mutually agreed upon by the College and the Association. Within five (5) working days of the receipt of written grievance, the grievant, a representative of the Association, and the involved administrator, shall meet for the purpose of resolving the grievance. Within ten (10) working days after the above mentioned meeting, the Director of Human Resources or designee shall provide an answer in writing to the Association, who shall date-stamp the answer upon presentation. A copy of this answer shall also be sent, via College mail, directly to the grievant.
Step I. If no agreement is reached at under above, the xxxxxxx committee person will present the grievance in writing to the superin- tendent department head on the form provided by the Company. Where possible, all grievances shall specify the Article or of the Agreement which are claimed to have been violated. The super- intendent / department head or designate will date and initial the grievance. A meeting time and date will be set by mutual agreement within one working day and the grievance will be taken up in an office within two working days with:
Step I. The grievance shall be submitted in writing to the Chief of Police within ten ( I0) calendar days of the grievance or its knowledge of the occurrence. The Chief shall meet with a Union representative and attempt to resolve the problem and file a written response within ten (10) calendar days of receipt of the grievance.