A problem or complaint that arises in the course of employment over the application of federal law, state civil service laws and/or University policies and procedures and which is within the authority of the University to resolve.
Example of a Grievable Incident
An employee is singled out in a department as the only individual having to purchase their own tools/equipment in order to perform their job. This would be a misapplication of the standard University practice of providing equipment/tools for employees.
Example of Non-grievable Incident
An employee does not like the particular brand of tools/equipment that they are required to use in the performance of their duties and wants a different brand purchased. This would not be a grievable incident, because the University retains the right to choose the type of equipment/tools that are issued to employees.
A classified staff member who is filing the grievance that is not otherwise covered under a collective bargaining unit's agreement.
- Grievance policy (Classified Staff Handbook)
- Grievance form (Classified Staff Handbook)
Updated: 07/15/2022 10:51AM