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.
1) An employee's or employer's dissatisfaction or cause of distress (as an unsatisfactory working condition or unfair labor practice) felt to afford a reason for complaint or dispute. 2) A violation of a collective bargaining agreement usually by the employer.
A complaint about something unjust that was done.
Complaint filed by a teacher with a teachers union, which generally waits a minimum of six months before advising the teacher that they have no intention of acting on it
The formal complaint of an eligible Classified Staff employee based on an action or circumstance regarded by the employee as being unjust- or adverse to the employee's welfare.
A procedure to remedy a work-related problem such as the abuse of employee rights or a violation of the contract. Other examples might be a denial of a promotion, an improper transfer, or dismissal without a cause.
This procedure is a function required by law which gives a dissatisfied member the opportunity to file a written complaint with the HMO and move through several administrative layers in an attempt to get the complaint resolved.
a cause of complaint concerning the certification process that was not solved satisfactorily during the certification process.
Formal complaints patients file with their health plan.
A formal complaint or allegation by an employee or group of employees made to unfair treatment or violation of a union contract.
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 between the member and the insurer; or the outcome of an appeal of a non-certification decision. NCGS 58-50-61(a)(6).
A formalized process whereby institutionalized individuals can lodge complaints about the conditions of their confinement.
A dispute filed with the University's Management Representative (Step 1) under a Collective Bargaining Agreement.
A complaint arising from an adverse action, decision, or policy by a contractor, subcontractor, non-contracting provider, foster parent or the Department, presented by an individual or entity as specified by AAC Article 6 and Article 9, and CMDP policy.
an allegation that something imposes an illegal obligation or denies some legal right or causes injustice
a complaint about a (real or imaginary) wrong that causes resentment and is grounds for action
a cause for complaint
a charge by an employee or union/association that he/she or it has been acted upon in a manner which is a violation of provisions of the collective bargaining agreement
a claim based upon an event or condition which affects the welfare and/or terms and conditions of employment of an employee or group of employees and/or the interpretation, meaning or application of any of the provisions of this contract
a claim by a covered employee or the union that the school district has violated the contract (or misinterpreted or misapplied it, which is the same thing)
a claim by an employee of a violation, misinterpretation or misapplication of a provision of school board policies and administrative procedures or rules and regulations as they affect the employment or work of such employee
a claim by an employee (or a group of employees similarly situated, or the Association) that he/she has suffered harm by the interpretation, application, or violation of policies, agreements, or administrative decisions affecting him or her
a claim by an employee(s) or applicant(s) for employment of an alleged infraction or misinterpretation of a provision of a policy, procedure, or agreement which was adopted by the district school board
a claim by any employee or group of employees in the unit that the District has violated the collective bargaining agreement
a claim by a school lunch worker in this negotiating unit stating that there has been a violation of one or more provisions of this agreement
a claim by a student(s), applicant(s) for admission to an educational program or service, or parent(s) of an alleged infraction or misinterpretation of a provision of a policy or agreement which was adopted by the School Board
a claim by the Union or adjunct faculty that there is an alleged violation, misinterpretation or misapplication of this Agreement or any University policies that are applicable to adjunct faculty
a claim made by a student, teacher, or employee of the school district that he/she has been subjected to discrimination because of specific actions of the School Board or its employees
a claim selfstorade
a claim that a specific provision of the coolective bargaining agreement has been misinterpreted, misapplied or violated
a claim that during the term of this Agreement the University has violated, misapplied, or misinterpreted a specific provision(s) of an article of this Agreement
a claim that there has been a violation, misinterpretation, or misapplication of a provision of this Agreement
a clear statement, oral or written, by a staff member or members, of a work related problem, concern or complaint
a college-related problem or condition that a student or faculty believes to be unfair, inequitable, discriminatory, or a hindrance to his/her effective performance
a complaint about any condition of service rendered to a patient that they believe to be unjust or inequitable
a complaint about College services
a complaint about services, working conditions, wages, work assignment, etc
a complaint about things like quality of care and how services are provided
a complaint against an alleged injury or injustice, especially with respect to this operations manual
a complaint arising from any situation within the control of the management or staff, including any educational matter that causes a student or staff/trainer serious concern or distress
a complaint arising out of any allegedly unauthorized or unjustified official act or decision by a member of the faculty, staff, administration or a University committee, which in any way adversely affects the status, rights, or privileges of a student
a complaint arising out of any alleged unauthorized or unjustified act or decision by an individual (student, faculty, staff), which in any way adversely affects the status, rights, or privileges of a member of the student body
a complaint by a Faculty Member of the Union concerning the interpretation and application of the express terms of this Agreement
a complaint by an employee regarding the interpretation or application of College rules and regulations, working conditions, or alleged improper treatment
a complaint by an employee, student, parent or group of individuals who feel there has been discrimination based on sex, which would be an alleged violation, misinterpretation or misapplication of Title IX provisions
a complaint by a student about a deviation from, interpretation of, or application of a school-related policy or practice in a specific instance that affects the student personally
a complaint by a student about an alleged action by a University employee which adversely affects the status, rights or privileges of the student
a complaint filed by a classified employee regarding an action by an appointing authority
a complaint made by one party to the contract against the other when the former feels there has been a violation of the agreement
a complaint of a general nature, which is not based upon specific rule violations, or upon a specific administrative decision (or lack of decision)
a complaint of an alleged violation, misinterpretation or misapplication of the negotiated Agreement entered into between the Board and the Association, setting forth the understanding of the parties upon those matters negotiated and agreed to
a complaint or statement expressing concerns against a circumstance thought to be unjust or injurious
a complaint plus a request for redress
a complaint regarding an order or action that is perceived to be unjust, discriminatory, or oppressive
a complaint related to your care
a complaint submitted in writing by you or on your behalf as a member of LifeWise Health Plan of Washington
a complaint to an HMO by a member or provider about an action or decision
a complaint you make about somebody/something at work for example bullying, poor working conditions, harassment etc
a difference arising out of the interpretation, application, operation or any contravention or alleged contravention of this Agreement or as to whether any such difference can be the subject of arbitration
a disagreement, arising under and during the term of this Agreement, concerning compliance with the provisions of this Agreement
a disagreement between County management and an employee, group of employees, or SEBA concerning the interpretation, application, or violation of this Memorandum of Understanding
a disagreement concerning compliance with some aspect of the contract
a dispute between a faculty member and the administration
a dispute between the University and the Union, on its own behalf or on behalf of an employee or group of employees, over an alleged violation, misinterpretation or misapplication of an express term or provision of this Agreement
a dispute, claim or complaint arising under the terms of this policy and fled by a Tribal employee
a dispute, claim, or complaint arising under this Agreement, filed by either an authorized representative of or an employee in the Bargaining Unit, or the County, involving the interpretation or application of this Agreement
a dispute concerning the interpretation, application, or alleged violation of this Agreement
a dispute of one or more employees, or a dispute between the State and AFSCME, involving the interpretation, application, or enforcement of the express terms of this Agreement
a formal complaint by a student arising out of an alleged action of the faculty, administrative units, or staff of CSUMB
a formal complaint filed by a member when she is experiencing problems with her health plan or has a complaint regarding the quality of her health care
a formal expression of dissatisfaction about a work situation usually by an individual employee
a formal way of filing a complaint with your plan if you are not satisfied
a formal, written complaint about service or care
a formal written complaint alleging violation involving the interpretation or application of rules promulgated by the DAS State Personnel Division, the HHS System policies or applicable labor contracts
an actual or perceived cause for protest or complaint arising out of some perceived or actual harm due to some action taken by the University or member(s) of the University community
an allegation by an employee or a group of employees that there has been a violation, misapplication, or misinterpretation of this Agreement, which occurred during the term of this Agreement
an allegation by an employee or the union that here has been a breach, misinterpretation or improper application of terms of this agreement
an allegation by an individual based on specific facts that there has been a misinterpretation, misapplication, discriminatory application, or violation of a University Policy or Procedure
an allegation of unjust action or denial of student rights
an allegation that there has been a violation of the stated terms of this Agreement
an alleged misinterpretation of, misapplication of, or violation of, the terms and/or provisions of this Agreement
an alleged violation of a collective bargaining agreement or memorandum of understanding
an alleged violation of a specific provision(s) of this Agreement
an employee's formal expression of disagreement or dissatisfaction with an adverse personnel action involving a decrease in salary, demotion, suspension without pay and/or discharge
an oral or written complaint or expression of dissatisfaction about any matter other than a decision that may be appealed
an oral or written expression of your dissatisfaction about any matter other than an Action (as action is defined) Appeal Forms ( English ) ( Spanish ) - An appeal is an oral or written request for review of an action (as action is defined)
a perceived violation of a Board or Administrative Policy or Procedure, by one employee of the College which affects another employee of the College, as to which the District has authority to enforce a remedy
a personnel problem involving an employee's expressed feeling of unfair treatment or dissatisfaction with aspects of his/her working conditions within the University which are outside his/her control
a problem arising out of a faculty member's employment at the university
a request by you or a group of employees for personal relief regarding working conditions or personnel actions that are under the control of your employing installation
a written allegation that there has been a violation, misinterpretation, or improper application of University, Graduate College, or Department/Program rules, regulations, or policies governing a graduate academic program
a written complaint against an action (or lack of action) by the employer
a written complaint alleging a contravention of the collective agreement
a written complaint regarding the misconduct of a League member or team
a written formal complaint about service or care
a written or oral complaint about CCHP and/or a provider
Any written statement of dissatisfaction with a managed care plan or limited service health organization submitted by or on behalf of a plan enrollee.
A complaint filed by a state employee regarding an employment decision, a claimed violation of state civil service laws, or a claimed violation of the state governments labor-management agreement.
A particular complaint that is made by a group or individual regarding some specific aspect of their employment conditions or the policy and practices of their employer.
Any dissatisfaction with the administration or claims practices or the provision of services by an insurer which is expressed in writing by or on behalf of a plan member.
A specific, formal notice of employee dissatisfaction expressed through an identified procedure.
Written formal complaint regarding an alleged violation of a regulation or procedure.
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. The definition of a grievance is usually part of the contract, and therefore may vary from one contract to another.
means an oral or written complaint submitted by or on behalf of a covered person regarding the: availability, delivery or quality of health care services; administrative practices of the health care insurer that affect the availability, delivery or quality of health care services; claims payment, handling or reimbursement for health care services; or matters pertaining to any aspect of the health benefits plan.
Any written complaint or verbal dispute other than one that constitutes a Plan adverse determination, expressing dissatisfaction with any aspect of the Plan or provider, operations, activities or behavior regardless of whether remedial action is requested.
Any complaint workers have about their job; especially something that breaches their contract or labor law.
A complaint about the way your receive your Medicare Prescription Drug plan's coverage. For example, if you do not like the way you are treated by the Medi-CareFirst Rx staff when you call, you would file a grievance. (Note: if you are unhappy with a coverage decision, you would file an appeal.)
An employee's or employer's dissatisfaction with some aspect of the employment relationship. May or may not be limited to dissatisfaction due to interpretation and application of the union contract.
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. Grievances are usually defined and categorized in each contract, and therefore may vary from one contract to another.
A formal complaint usually lodged by an employee or the union alleging a misinterpretation or improper application of one or more terms in a collective bargaining contract/MOU. The method for dealing with grievances is through a grievance procedure negotiated in the union contract/MOU. If a grievance cannot be settled at the supervisory level, it can be appealed to higher levels of management, and finally to arbitration if so provided.
Another word for Complaint.
A complaint about the way your Medicare health plan is giving care. For example, you may file a grievance if you have a problem calling the plan or if you are unhappy with the way a staff person at the plan has behaved toward you. A grievance is not the way to deal with a complaint about a treatment decision or a service that is not covered (see Appeal).
A type of complaint you make about us or one of our plan providers, including a complaint concerning the quality of your care. This type of complaint does not involve payment or coverage disputes. See the Evidence of Coverage for more information about grievances.
As defined in PSLRAs. 206, a grievance is an official procedure for an employee to complain (usually with the help of the bargaining agent) about matters identified in the collective agreement or to raise an alleged injustice by following the procedure set out in the collective agreement.
A complaint filed with your Medicare health plan about the care you are receiving. For example, you may file a grievance if you are dissatisfied with the condition of a health care facility or if you have a complaint about staff behavior or the facility's operating hours. An appeal, not a grievance, is the appropriate way to complain about a denial of care or coverage.
Any formal and written Complaint made by a Member that expresses dissatisfaction with a Participating Provider regarding such issues as quality of care, involuntary disenrollment, Complaints regarding services in optional supplemental benefit packages or Complaints regarding the quality of services the Member received from the Participating Provider or the Plan.
A formal, itemized complaint to management that it has treated one or more employees unfairly or has violated the contract or collective bargaining agreement.
In labor law a complaint filed by an employee regarding working conditions to be resolved by procedural machinery provided in the union contract. An injury, injustice, or wrong which gives ground for complaint.
Any formal, written complaint or allegation about conduct in the workplace that an employee seeks management assistance in resolving.
A complaint brought by one party to an employment contract against another party.
Complaint by an employee that a provision of the collective bargaining agreement under which he/she is working has been violated.
is a problem or concern that an employee has about their work, working conditions or relationships with colleagues
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 practice or by a specified action of a supervisor that is contrary to university policy.
A statement of dissatisfaction, usually by an individual but sometimes by the union or management, concerning the interpretation of a collective bargaining agreement or traditional work practices. The grievance machinery (i.e., the method of dealing with individual grievances) is nearly always spelled out in the contract. If a grievance cannot be handled at the shop level (where most of them are settled), and the grievance arises out of an interpretation of the contract, it must be resolved by arbitration.
A grievance is a complaint about the way your prescription drug plan is providing services. For example, you may file a grievance if you have a problem calling the plan or if you are unhappy with the way a plan employee acted. You wouldnâ€(tm)t file a grievance to complain about a treatment decision or a service that is not covered, you would file an appeal. Read the definition of appeal to learn more.
The process used by a beneficiary to submit a complaint regarding any issue or concern with his or her part D coverage.
In addition to noncertification appeals, your rights under North Carolina law extend to other complaints against your health plan. Such complaints, called grievances, can relate to any plan decision, policy or action related to the availability, delivery or quality of health care services; claims payment or handling; reimbursement for services or the contractual relationship between you and the plan.
A written, formalized complaint submitted by an individual on his/her own behalf.
A dispute or difference arising between the employer and one or more employees.
An injury, injustice, or wrong which gives someone a reason to complain. In labor law, a complaint filed by an employee about working conditions. Usually, this complaint will be resolved in the way provided in the union contract.
a complaint against management by one or more employees, or a union, concerning an alleged breach of collective or alleged injustice. Page 146
A complaint by an employee concerning alleged contract violations handled formally through contractually fixed procedures. If unsettled, a grievance may lead to arbitration.
A complaint that has been put in writing and made formal.
Complaint against management by one or more employees, or a union, concerning an alleged breach of the collective agreement or an alleged injustice. Procedure for handling grievances is defined in the collective agreement. The last step of the procedure is arbitration.
A grievance is a formal statement of complaint, generally against an authority figure.