A grievance is a formal complaint. It is raised by an employee against a colleague or manager, or even against the employer. Employees usually file grievances for workplace harassment, discrimination, nepotism, concerns regarding team management, or terms of employment. It isn’t a written complaint all the time. Sometimes, as an employee, you can send emails or fill in a feedback form for any problems you have faced.
It is necessary that employers treat grievances with caution and fairness at all points while they work in an organization. This means that you hear your employee’s complaints, provide a transparent procedure, and take the necessary steps to resolve them. Failure to do so will cause low employee morale and eventually lead to a high turnover rate, and sometimes legal consequences.
There are different types of Employee Grievances. Some of the common grievances include:
Also, See: Gratuity
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