It must be expressed by the employee and brought to the notice of the management and the organization. Grievances take the form of collective disputes when they are not resolved. Also they will then lower the morale and efficiency of the employees. Unattended grievances result in frustration, dissatisfaction, low productivity, lack of interest in work, absenteeism, etc.
Purpose The purpose of the Valley City State University grievance policies and procedures is to provide a fair and efficient process to resolve faculty grievances. Scope This policy provides a process that may be used to resolve faculty grievances.
This includes the terms of the grievant's employment contract and this policy. Discretionary actions, such as salary adjustments and performance evaluations, may not be grieved, except to determine: Complaints involving any matters covered under Sections Grievances cannot be filed against written Board and institutional policies, per se.
Informal Resolution The goal of informal resolution is to resolve disputes involving faculty without resort to mediation or other formal grievance procedures. Faculty should make reasonable and good faith efforts to resolve disputes directly, promptly, and informally.
Faculty seeking to resolve a dispute informally may seek the assistance of academic administrators including division and department chairs. If a faculty member is unable to resolve a grievance informally, and still desires to pursue the grievance further, the faculty member must initiate the mediation process as provided in VCSU Policy V Post-Mediation Formal Grievance Process Most disputes involving faculty should be resolved either informally or through the mediation process.
At times, however, informal resolution or resolution through mediation is not successful. If resolution of the grievance is not accomplished informally or through mediation, then the grievant may initiate the post-mediation formal grievance process. The grievant initiates the formal grievance process by submitting a complaint to the Chair of the Standing Committee on Faculty Rights the "Committee".
The complaint shall 1 identify the person s against whom the grievance is brought the "respondent s " ; 2 describe in detail the factual basis for the grievance; 3 describe the reasonable and good faith efforts made by the grievant to resolve the matter informally and through mediation; and 4 describe the remedy or relief sought by the grievant.
The grievant must sign the complaint. The Chair shall promptly provide the respondent with a copy of the grievant's complaint. The respondent shall file an answer with the Chair no later than seven 7 calendar days after the respondent's receipt of the complaint.
The Chair may extend this deadline for submitting an answer, but should not extend the response date more than fourteen 14 additional calendar days without the agreement of the grievant or some extraordinary circumstance.
Once the respondent has submitted an answer, the Chair shall promptly provide the grievant with a copy of the answer. The Committee shall meet promptly ordinarily within fourteen 14 calendar days following the filing of an answer to determine whether a Hearing is warranted.
A Hearing is not warranted if the Committee determines: Should the Committee determine that no Hearing is warranted, the Committee shall promptly ordinarily within seven 7 calendar days of the determination provide notice and a brief written explanation of this decision to the grievant and the respondent.
Otherwise, the Committee shall promptly ordinarily within twenty-one 21 calendar days of the determination schedule a Hearing. Notice of the time, date, and place of the Hearing shall be mailed to the grievant and respondent at their last known University addresses.
Notice of the Hearing date shall be given at least fourteen 14 calendar days before the scheduled Hearing date, unless the Committee, the grievant, and the respondent otherwise agree. Only members of the Standing Committee on Faculty Rights, the grievant, and the respondent may attend the full Hearing.
Other witnesses may be present only while giving testimony. A committee member shall be disqualified if the member determines that he or she could not act without unfair bias or prejudice in reaching a decision.
Objections to the participation of the particular Committee members must be submitted in writing to the Committee Chair in advance of the Hearing. The Chair's decision on the objection is final and binding.
The grievant and the respondent may each designate one member of the Committee to be excused from participation in resolution of the grievance. In the event there are multiple grievants, the multiple grievants may collectively designate one Committee member to be excused, provided the grievants are in agreement regarding who is to be excused.
Likewise, in the event there are multiple respondents, the multiple respondents may collectively designate one Committee member to be excused, provided the respondents are in agreement regarding who is to be excused.
In the event multiple grievants or multiple respondents cannot collectively agree on the member to be excused, then such grievants or respondents shall not be entitled to excuse a member. The grievant and the respondent must provide the Chair written notice in advance of the Hearing of Committee members to be excused.
Since the grievance process is an internal, professional procedure for resolving disputes, it should not be construed as a formal legal proceeding such as a trial.
Thus, while an individual may seek legal advice pertaining to the process, lawyers representing the disputants are specifically prohibited from attending any portion of the Hearing.
Record of Committee Proceedings. The Hearing shall be audio recorded, if such recording is requested by any grievant or respondent.
The Chair shall maintain a written record of all action taken by the Committee on a particular grievance and shall make this record available to the parties to the grievance on request. In no event, however, should the vote of an individual Committee member be disclosed and the record shall be maintained in such a manner as to preserve the confidentiality of the votes of individual Committee members.
Proper and professional decorum is required during the Hearing.
The Chair may exclude from the Hearing any person who fails to maintain a proper and professional decorum.The purpose of the Valley City State University grievance policies and procedures is to provide a fair and efficient process to resolve faculty grievances.
This policy provides a process that may be used to resolve faculty grievances. These policies and procedures are only available to faculty as. participating in the Educator Preparation Program (EPP) should follow the Informal Complaint Procedures in the Grievances and General Student Complaint Procedures with the individuals involved (for example: mentor teacher, university supervisor, CPPE Director).
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