Grievance Procedure

Professional Employees

Grievance is defined as an act or omission to act by the respective administrations of the system institutions, allegedly resulting in an adverse impact on the employment conditions of a faculty member relating to salary, promotion, appointment with tenure or aspects of contractual status, or relating to alleged violations of the NSHE Code or institutional bylaws. Faculty of the College who feel aggrieved because of an act or an omission as defined herein must follow these grievance procedures.

NFA Grievances

For faculty covered by the TMCC-NFA Contract (all professional employees (including but not limited to the instructional, counseling, and library faculty) employed by TMCC in the professional service of the NSHE for a period exceeding six months at .50 FTE or more, but excluding adjunct faculty members and administrators):

The TMCC-NFA Contract establishes certain working conditions and agreement provisions within the agreement. For working conditions and agreement provision grievances, under the contract, the aggrieved employee must follow the grievance procedures detailed in the TMCC-NFA Contract.

TMCC Bylaws Grievances

For faculty not covered by the TMCC-NFA Contract: The aggrieved employee must follow the grievance procedures detailed in the TMCC Bylaws.

Classified Employees

A grievance is an act, omission or occurrence that an employee feels is an injustice relating to any condition arising out of the relationship between the employee and employer.

Workplace Grievances

Procedures for handling Classified grievances are set forth in the State of Nevada Employee Handbook located on pages 38 and 39. The handbook is located on the State of Nevada's Personnel website.