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DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY NSGEU JOB EVALUATION APPEALS
 

Summary: DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
NSGEU JOB EVALUATION APPEALS
The Job Evaluation Committee is set up under the collective agreement between the
University and the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union in order to
provide a means of classifying positions or appealing classification decisions.
As required, the Job Evaluation Unit convenes appeal meetings of the Job Evaluation
Committee. The Job Evaluation Committee is made up of two Union representatives
and two Employer representatives, plus the Manager, Compensation, or designate, who
acts as Chairperson. The Job Analyst attends as a resource person to the Committee.
An incumbent or supervisor(s) may initiate a classification appeal in writing within 15
calendar days of receipt of the Job Evaluation decision. Prior to the appeal meeting,
members of the Job Evaluation Committee are provided with a copy of the job fact
sheet as well as the letter of appeal. This documentation will be the main source of
information to be considered by the Job Evaluation Committee during the appeals
process. Both the incumbent and supervisor(s) are invited to attend the meeting
(together or sequentially). The purpose of their attendance is to help the committee,
through questions and answers, gain a clear understanding of assigned responsibilities
as described in the job fact sheet, and their importance within the overall context of the
job. It also provides an opportunity for the appellant to direct the committee's attention
to areas which s/he feels is particularly significant to the factors being appealed. The

  

Source: Adl, Sina - Department of Biology, Dalhousie University
Newman, Aaron - Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology