grievance

point of disagreement

grievance

  1. a resentment strong enough to justify retaliation
  2. an allegation that something imposes an illegal obligation or denies some legal right or causes injustice
  3. a complaint about a (real or imaginary) wrong that causes resentment and is grounds for action

Grievance

In general, grievance (from class. lat. gravis – heavy) is a wrong or hardship suffered, whether real or supposed, which forms legitimate grounds of complaint. In the past, the word meant oppressive state of things. ==History and politics== The revolt of English barons in the early thirteenth century which led to the Magna Carta of 1215 was part...
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Grievance

• (v. t.) A cause of uneasiness and complaint; a wrong done and suffered; that which gives ground for remonstrance or resistance, as arising from injustice, tyranny, etc.; injury. • (v. t.) Grieving; grief; affliction.
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grievance

noun a complaint about a (real or imaginary) wrong that causes resentment and is grounds for action
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Grievance

[labour] In a trade union, a grievance is a complaint filed by an employee which may be resolved by procedures provided for in a collective agreement or by mechanisms established by an employer. Such a grievance may arise from a violation of the collective bargaining agreement or violations of the law, such as workplace safety regulations. ...
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Grievance

Griev'ance noun [ Old French grevance . See Grieve , transitive verb ] 1. A cause of uneasiness and complaint; a wrong done and suffered; that which gives ground for remonstrance or resistance, as arising from injustice, tyranny, etc.; injury. 2. G...
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Grievance

A complaint by an enrollee regarding the way Medicare or a health plan provides its service. Normally, if an enrollee has a complaint about a treatment decision or a service that is not covered, the enrollee will file an appeal, rather than a grievance. Also see Appeal.
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Grievance

A formal complaint or allegation by an employee or group of employees made to unfair treatment or vi
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Grievance

An employee's formal complaint regarding working conditions or failure by management to stick to its contract with the employee.
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Grievance

Any complaint by any employee or by any labor organization relating to the employment of the employee(s). Also any complaint concerning the effect or interpretation or claim of breach of a collective bargaining agreement; or any claimed violation, misinterpretation, or misapplication of any law, rule, or regulation affecting conditions of employmen...
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grievance

Cause of complaint. Sexual harassment or unfair promotion policies may be a source of grievance for workers. They may take this up through their company's grievance procedure, which will often have...
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Grievance

Regulations and procedures for employees to raise formal complaints
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grievance

[n] - an allegation that something imposes an illegal obligation or denies some legal right or causes injustice 2. [n] - a complaint about a (real or imaginary) wrong that causes resentment and is grounds for action
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