Established in 1991
Grievance Committee Procedures
grievance issue presented must be in writing and filed in
duplicate with the Secretary, along with a $100.00 Filing fee
which will be refunded if the charges are determined to be
valid. All pertinent documents should be attached. The grievance
should be stated in a specific and concise format.
Secretary shall send a copy of the written grievance to each
member of the Grievance committee. The original signed grievance
and attached documents must be presented to the chairperson of
Grievance Committee shall first determine the importance and
area of consideration for each Grievance. Upon completion of its
investigation, the committee will call a meeting to vote on the
validity of the grievance.
Should the majority of the committee sustain the grievance, it
shall then be presented to the members of the Board for
Resolution as per
Article I, Section 4,
Item C2. The resolution must be approved by a majority vote.
This vote shall be the final decision on said Grievance.
Should the Board refuse to entertain jurisdiction or not agree
by a majority vote to the resolution, the Grievance can be
presented to the General Membership for resolution and a
majority vote there of. The grievance should be presented in its
entirety to all members of the Shiloh Shepherd Dog Club of
America, Inc. Voting should take place as provided for in the
By-Laws of the Club, Article II, Sections