§ 23-38.117

(Repealed effective October 1, 2016) Grievance procedures

A. No covered institution shall be exempt from the State Grievance Procedure (§ 2.2-3000 et seq.), which shall continue to apply to all eligible nonfaculty Covered Employees of a covered institution. The governing body of each covered institution shall adopt policies that encourage the resolution of employment-related problems and complaints of its nonfaculty Covered Employees. Such policies shall provide that nonfaculty Covered Employees of the institution shall be able to discuss their concerns with their immediate supervisors and management freely and without retaliation. To the extent that such concerns cannot be resolved informally, the State Grievance Procedure (§ 2.2-3000 et seq.) of Title 2.2 shall apply (i) to the covered institution’s participating nonfaculty Covered Employees to the same extent that it applied to the same classifications of nonfaculty employees prior to the institution’s effective date of the initial Management Agreement and (ii) to the covered institution’s salaried nonfaculty Covered Employees who have elected pursuant to § 23-38.115 to continue to participate in the state human resources program set forth in Chapters 28 (§ 2.2-2800 et seq.) and 29 (§ 2.2-2900 et seq.) of Title 2.2.

B. A covered institution shall continue to make grievance policies available to faculty Covered Employees to the extent that such policies were applicable to faculty Covered Employees prior to its effective date of the initial Management Agreement, and may amend any such policies.

C. A covered institution is not required to adopt grievance policies governing Covered Employees not included in subsections A and B, but it may, in its discretion, do so for some or all such Covered Employees, and such grievance policies may be the same as or different from the grievance policies adopted pursuant to subsection A.


2005, cc. 933, 945.


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