What is Workplace Grievance?



What is Workplace Grievance?

 

– Workplace grievance usually relates to an employee’s allegation of a violation of workplace policy or contract terms- HR Daily AdvisorOpens in a new tab.

 

– Workplace Grievance can be defined as a specific complaint or formal notice of employee dissatisfaction related to adequacy of pay, job requirements, work conditions, other aspects of employment, or an alleged violation of a collective bargaining agreement- Business DictionaryOpens in a new tab.

– Workplace grievance is defined as a dispute between the employee and the employer (which may be the specific manager or the University at large) about the interpretation or application of the collective agreement- UBC Human ResourcesOpens in a new tab.

 


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