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Policy No: 9.0.0
Effective Date: January 2009
Supersedes Policy Dated: May 1992
The Association recognizes employee issues may occur that cannot be satisfactorily resolved between an employee and his/her supervisor or other employees. A formal complaint procedure is available in situations where an employee and his/her supervisor or other employee cannot satisfactorily resolve an issue through informal proceedings.
In situations when the formal complaint procedure is initiated, the process will be kept confidential to the extent necessary to investigate and resolve the issue.
To provide employees with a formal, fair and timely process to resolve employee work-related issues.
If an employee is unable to resolve the issue informally, he/she may submit a formal complaint. The formal complaint procedure is as follows:
In cases where the initial complaint is about the employee’s supervisor, the employee may proceed directly to Step 2. In cases where the complaint is about the Vice President, the complaint will be addressed by the President and CEO.
Employees and supervisors are responsible to follow the procedures as outlined above.
Human Resources is responsible for providing advice to employees and supervisors where requested.
Human Resources, 522 University Avenue, Suite 1400, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2R5