Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act
(a) the manner and form of presenting a grievance and, in the case of group grievances, the form of the consent of the employees concerned;
(b) the maximum number of levels in each grievance process;
(c) the manner in which employees are to be advised of the names of the persons whose decision on a grievance constitutes a level in the grievance process, including the final level;
(d) the time within which a grievance may be presented at any level in a grievance process;
(e) the circumstances in which any level below the final level in a grievance process may be eliminated;
(f) the manner in which and the time within which a grievance may be referred to adjudication after it has been presented up to and including the final level in the grievance process;
(g) the establishment of rules of procedure for the hearing of a grievance;
(h) the specification of the time within which and the persons to whom notices and other documents must be sent or given under this Part or Division 2 of Part 2.1, and when the notices are deemed to have been sent, given or received; and
(i) the manner of giving notice of an issue to the Canadian Human Rights Commission under this Part.
Marginal note:Application of regulations
(2) Regulations made under subsection (1) respecting individual, group or policy grievances do not apply in respect of employees included in a bargaining unit for which a bargaining agent has been certified by the Board to the extent that the regulations are inconsistent with any provisions contained in a collective agreement entered into by the bargaining agent and the employer applicable to those employees.
- 2003, c. 22, s. 2 “237”
- 2017, c. 9, s. 32
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