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Title 10 Part 708 → Subpart B → §708.14

Title 10 → Chapter III → Part 708 → Subpart B → §708.14

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Title 10 Part 708 → Subpart B → §708.14

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Title 10Chapter IIIPart 708Subpart B → §708.14


Title 10: Energy
PART 708—DOE CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEE PROTECTION PROGRAM
Subpart B—Employee Complaint Resolution Process


§708.14   Exhaustion of grievance-arbitration procedures.

(a) To show that all applicable grievance-arbitration procedures have been exhausted, the complainant must:

(1) State that all available opportunities for resolution through an applicable grievance-arbitration procedure have been exhausted, and provide the date on which the grievance-arbitration procedure was terminated and the reasons for termination; or

(2) State that the complainant filed a grievance under applicable grievance-arbitration procedures, but more than 150 days have passed and a final decision on it has not been issued, and provide the date that the grievance was filed; or

(3) State that the employer has established no grievance-arbitration procedures.

(b) If the complainant does not provide the information specified in paragraph (a) of this section, the complaint may be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction as provided in §708.18 of this subpart.


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