Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act
Marginal note:Hearing of grievance
68 (1) Where a grievance is referred to adjudication, the adjudicator shall give both parties to the grievance an opportunity of being heard.
Marginal note:Decision on grievance
(2) After considering the grievance, the adjudicator shall render a decision thereon and
(a) send a copy thereof to each party, to the representative of each party and to the bargaining agent, if any, for the bargaining unit to which the employee whose grievance it is belongs; and
(b) deposit a copy of the decision with the Secretary of the Board.
Marginal note:Decision of board of adjudication
(3) In the case of a board of adjudication, a decision of the majority of the members on a grievance is a decision of the board thereon, and the decision shall be signed by the chairperson of the board.
Marginal note:Implementation of decision by employer
(4) Where a decision on any grievance referred to adjudication requires any action by or on the part of the employer affected thereby, the employer shall take that action.
Marginal note:Action to be taken by employee or bargaining agent
(5) Where a decision on any grievance requires any action by or on the part of an employee or a bargaining agent or both of them, the employee or bargaining agent, or both, as the case may be, shall take that action.
Marginal note:Powers of Board with respect to decision on grievance
(6) The Board may, in accordance with section 13, take such action as is contemplated by that section to give effect to the decision of an adjudicator on a grievance but shall not inquire into the basis or substance of the decision.
- R.S., 1985, c. 33 (2nd Supp.), s. 68
- 2003, c. 22, s. 187(E)
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