Oral Sample Clauses

Oral. Any employee having a complaint shall first bring it to the attention of his 13 immediate supervisor. A Union Representative shall be present if requested by the Company or the 14 employee. The decision in this Step will be final and binding unless, within ten (10) workdays of the 15 decision, the employee proceeds to Step 2 of this procedure. 16
Oral. An employee alleging a violation of the expressed provisions of this contract shall within thirty (30) days of its alleged occurrence orally discuss the grievance with the supervisor in an attempt to resolve same. If no resolution is obtained within five (5) days of the discussion, the employee shall reduce the grievance to writing and proceed within five (5) days of said discussion to Step 2.
Oral. An Employee shall take any grievance to his supervisor, with or without his Union representative as he may decide, within five (5) working days of the event or the time he reasonably should have known of the event. The matter shall be answered by the supervisor within three (3) working days from the day it is presented.
Oral. A board used for oral examination shall consist of two (2) professional police officers appointed by the Director of Human Resources and the Director of Human Resources or his delegate.
Oral. Any employee having a complaint shall first bring it to the attention of his 11 immediate supervisor. A Union Representative shall be present if requested by the Company or the 12 employee. The decision in this Step will be final and binding unless, within ten (10) workdays of the 13 decision, the employee proceeds to Step 2 of this procedure. 14 Step 2 – Documented. Any complaint not resolved in Step 1 – Oral, must be documented and signed 16 by the employee specified with alleged facts giving rise to the complaint, the Article or Sections of this 17 Agreement alleged to have been violated, and the remedy requested. The grievance must be submitted 18 to the employee’s supervisor within ten (10) working days of the Step 1 – Oral decision. Within fifteen 19
Oral. This section specifies the knowledge requirements which shall be successfully mastered for the proper performance of skill requirements within a given duty areas. • Each item shall be signed and dated by the evaluator after the student demonstrates satisfactory knowledge.
Oral. A failure of the oral will be followed by retraining and a retest. A pilot must successfully pass the second test in order to continue with the training qualification event. A failure of the oral will be counted as one of the three (3) opportunities identified in B.1. above.
Oral. Provided that Brennan directs prospective employers to the Company, Standish O’Grady or Jeffrey C. Smith will respond to those prospective employers’ inquiries by stating Brennan’s name, the dates he was employed with the Company, his position and representations that are consistent with, but state no more than what is stated in the written reference attached to this Agreement as Exhibit A.
Oral. In the event an employee has a complaint, difficulty, disagreement, dispute or grievance they shall discuss the matter with their immediate supervisor, within ten (10) work days of the occurrence, with or without the presence of a Bargaining Uni t representative. The parties shall discuss the matter in a friendly manner and shall make every effort to reach a satisfactory settlement at this point. The employee shall have the right to discuss the matter with a Bargaining Unit representative in accordance with the Representation article.