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CBL Faculty HandbookGrievance Procedures

The definition of grievance is any cause of complaint arising between an employee and employer on a matter concerning discipline, alleged discrimination, promotion, assignment or interpretation or application of Institution or University System rules or departmental procedures over which Institution or University System management has control. If, however, the complaint pertains to the general level of wages, wage patterns, fringe benefits or to other broad areas of financial management and staffing, it is not a grievable issue.

Associated Policies: UMCES policy BOR II-4.00 - Faculty Grievances

UMCES policy BOR III-7.11 Graduate Assistantships(GA/GRA) – Section III.B (GRA Grievance Procedures)

UMCES policy BOR VII-8.00 - Grievances for Associate Staff and Classified Personnel