Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Regulations
67 (1) Where a grievance may be referred to adjudication under section 63 of the Act, an employee may do so by filing with the Executive Director in duplicate a notice in Form 14 together with a copy of the grievance that the employee submitted to the employee’s immediate supervisor or local officer-in-charge pursuant to subparagraph 62(1)(a) or (b) not later than the 30th day after the earlier of
(a) the day on which the employee received a reply at the final level of the grievance process; or
(b) the last day on which the authorized representative of the employer was required to reply to the grievance at the final level of the grievance process under section 65.
(2) Where a notice is filed under subsection (1), the Executive Director shall serve on the employer a copy of the notice.
(3) Where a grievance relates to the interpretation or application in respect of an employee of a provision of a collective agreement or arbitral award, the notice under subsection (1) shall contain a statement by an authorized representative of the bargaining agent for the employee that the bargaining agent
(a) approves of the reference of the grievance to adjudication; and
(b) is willing to represent the employee in the adjudication proceedings.
- SOR/2005-80, s. 7
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