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grievances, plural;
  1. A real or imagined wrong or other cause for complaint or protest, esp. unfair treatment
    • - failure to redress genuine grievances
  2. An official statement of a complaint over something believed to be wrong or unfair
    • - three pilots have filed grievances against the company
  3. A feeling of resentment over something believed to be wrong or unfair
    • - he was nursing a grievance

  1. grudge: a resentment strong enough to justify retaliation; "holding a grudge"; "settling a score"
  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
  4. A grievance is a wrong or hardship suffered, which is the grounds of a complaint
  5. Grievance is a crime novel by the American writer K.C. Constantine set in 1990s Rocksburg, a fictional, blue-collar, Rustbelt town in Western Pennsylvania (modeled on the author's hometown of McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, adjacent to Pittsburgh).
  6. "Grievance" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Written by vocalist Eddie Vedder, "Grievance" is the ninth track on the band's sixth studio album, Binaural (2000).
  7. something which causes grief; a complaint or annoyance; also a formal complaint
  8. (grievances) Formal complaints demanding formal resolution by a managed care plan.
  9. (Grievances) A written complaint submitted by a member, which challenges any of the following: The insurer s decisions, policies or actions related to availability, delivery or quality of health care services; claims payment or handling; reimbursement for services; the contractual relationship ...
  10. (Grievances) are all the ideas and feelings about an injury we have received, together with all our efforts to address it. Most grievances are handled as positions, but they needn’t be. Also many grievances evaporate when the resentment is removed. ...
  11. Any type of worker dissatisfaction including violations of the collective bargaining agreement, violations of law, violations of employer policies, violations of fair treatment, and violations of past practices. ...
  12. A request for reconsideration of a decision by MH/MR or the provider to deny authorization or payment for a service which was prescribed for the consumer.
  13. Any formal, written complaint or allegation about conduct in the workplace that an employee seeks management assistance in resolving.
  14. Request made to a health plan to reconsider coverage of a health care service that the health plan has not interpreted to be a covered benefit.
  15. A formal complaint alleging and seeking restitution for a violation of the collective bargaining agreement.
  16. A complaint concerning some situation, action or inaction for which the Crown is responsible. The House has traditionally claimed the right to have its grievances heard before granting supply.
  17. A grievance is any type of problem, concern or complaint arising from or related to the workplace.
  18. 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.
  19. A formal complaint about a problem at work, such as harassment. Some employers have a specific grievance procedure that must be followed to report and solve the problem.
  20. A grievance is a complaint to an HMO by a member or provider about an action or decision. Decisions regarding the medical necessity of a service are not considered grievances. They are handled as utilization review appeals. (See utilization review appeal.)
  21. This is a formal complaint you file about the way your health insurance plan administrator is providing customer service and claim management.  A grievance is not the correct process for handling complaints about specific treatment decisions or services that are not covered under the plan.
  22. A specific complaint initiated by a non-probationary employee, group of employees or their authorized representative alleging that his or her employment has been, or is being, adversely affected by an improper application or interpretation of a university rule, regulation, policy, procedure, or ...
  23. If you feel your enrolment has not been handled satisfactorily you should contact the manager of Student Administration at your Administrative Campus.
  24. a grievance is a way of formally raising your concerns, problems or complaints about work with your employer. Your employer might have a grievance process that you should follow, and if you can you should put your complaints in writing. ...
  25. a disagreement over the interpretation or application of a provision in a collective agreement; an allegation by one party that the other has violated the terms of the agreement.