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Every local union keeps a grievance log so they can keep track of each grievance that is filed and where it is at in the grievance process. Past grievances may be reviewed before bargaining to see where collective agreement language might need to be addressed in negotiations.
If employees are assigned numbers by the employer, be sure to include this here.
Include the griever's correct seniority date. Double-check it. Grievances can be won or lost because of accuracy.
Write down the names and positions (union and management) of everyone who participated in Step three. Be sure to note whether the Grievor participated.
Write down the names and positions (union and management) of everyone who participated in Step four. Be sure to note whether the Griever participated.
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Make sure the grievance form is signed by the griever. You will need to keep them informed throughout the process. It is not enough to leave it up to management to let them know the outcome.