listen to the pronunciation of grievance
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} dert
{i} şikâyet
{i} sorun
(Politika, Siyaset) sızlanma
(Kanun) ihtilaf

İğrenç şeyler söylemeye ve yakınmalarını abartmaya eğilimlidir. - He is apt to say atrocious things and to exaggerate his grievances.

{i} şikâyete yol açan durum
{i} kincilik
{i} kindarlık
sıkıntı sebebi
grievance procedure
(Ticaret) şikayet sistemi
grievance procedure
Şikayet prosedürü, şikayet yöntemi
grievance arbitration
(Ticaret) toplu sözleşme hakemliği
grievance committee
(Politika, Siyaset) şikayeti inceleyen komite
grievance committee
(Politika, Siyaset) şikayet komitesi
grievance symptoms
(Ticaret) şikayet belirtileri
nurse a grievance
kin beslemek
Englisch - Englisch
something which causes grief
a complaint or annoyance; also a formal complaint

If you want the problem fixed, you'll have to file a grievance with the city.

that which oppresses, injures, or causes grief and at the same time a sense of wrong
{n} a state or cause of trouble, grief
If you have a grievance about something that has happened or been done, you believe that it was unfair. They had a legitimate grievance The main grievance of the drivers is the imposition of higher fees for driving licences. a deep sense of grievance. a belief that you have been treated unfairly, or an unfair situation or event that affects and upsets you
a formal complaint against a health plan, usually requiring a written complaint sent to a particular office Complaints can also be informally made over the telephone
a complaint about a (real or imaginary) wrong that causes resentment and is grounds for action
A written complaint, made by either an employee, the union or the employer Such complaints are, in general, allegations that management, or an individual member of management or the union, has violated a legally binding term of a collective agreement
1) A complaint or protestation based on an actual or supposed circumstance regarded as just cause for protest 2) A formal complaint against management by an employee(s) or a union concerning an alleged breach of their collective agreement, legislation, or natural law The grievance procedure follows steps outlined in the collective agreement, the last step being compulsory grievance arbitration
A complaint that the memorandum of understanding (contract) has been violated
A verbal or written expression of dissatisfaction with the quality of care or services provided   This usually includes any complaints that are not considered to be an appeal  
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
The process by which an individual can air complaints and seek remedies
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 claim by a teacher who has been evaluated that the results misrepresent the teacher's level of performance A grievance may lead to the filing of an appeal and possibly to a formal hearing See Appeal Process, Hearing
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
A tenant's right to seek a hearing from an objective person or panel concerning any public housing authority action or failure to act involving the tenant's base rent or housing authority regulations that adversely affect the individual tenant's rights, duties, welfare, or status
an allegation that something imposes an illegal obligation or denies some legal right or causes injustice
An official written complaint to a housing authority because you believe that you have been discriminated against Then the housing authority has to decide if something wrong was done and if so, how to correct it You get a written answer Assisted-housing does not have official grievance proceedings, but you can make written complaints that get handled in a similar manner
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
{i} complaint; resentment; wrong; injustice
Formal complaints patients file with their health plan
A request by an enrollee or a health care provider, with written consent of the enrollee, to have the managed care plan or utilization review entity reconsider a decision solely concerning medical necessity and appropriateness of health care services If the managed care plan is unable to resolve the matter, a grievance may be filed regarding a decision that: (1) disapproves full or partial payment for requested health care services; (2) approves a provision of a requested health care service for a lesser scope or duration than requested; or (3) disapproves payment for provisions of a requested health care service but approves payment for provision of an alternative health care service The term does not include a complaint
means a complaint filed by a covered employee or the employee's representative regarding an adverse employment action designated in Section 8-17-330 of the SC Code of Laws
A difference or dispute between an employee and the school board or its supervisory representatives with respect to the applications of the school board's policies, rules, and regulations as they affect the work activity of such employees The grievance shall not refer to any matter on which the school board is without authority to act
means a complaint, authorized in rule 8-1[Grievances], filed by a classified employee regarding an action by an appointing authority
An official written request, made by a plan member, to review a decision about benefit coverage or claim payment
a resentment strong enough to justify retaliation; "holding a grudge"; "settling a score"
means a written and signed request by an employee, or by a group of employees acting as individuals, for personal relief concerning a particular act or occurrence which arises during the employment of the employee(s) and is subject to the control of agency management [HRO Part 3, Chapter 2, Agency Grievance Procedure]
A complaint about the way your Medicare health plan is giving care For example, you may file a grievance if you have a problem with the cleanliness of the health care facility, problems calling the plan, staff behavior, or operating hours A grievance is not the way to deal with a complaint about a treatment decision or a service that is not covered
Grieving; grief; affliction
a complaint filed by a covered employee or the employee’s representative regarding an adverse employment action taken by an agency designated in § 8-17-330 of the South Carolina Code of Laws (S C Code Ann § 8-17-320 (11))
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
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 complaint about a (real or imaginary) wrong that causes resentment and is grounds for action an allegation that something imposes an illegal obligation or denies some legal right or causes injustice
Any oral or written action a consumer in the population group or a provider files with the ASO or the CSAs Guardianship Need definition -->
A complaint on the part of a union member that management is violating the terms of the contract in some way g
air a grievance
express one's indignation, make a complaint
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 noncertification decision NCGS 58-50-61(a)(6)
Formal complaints demanding formal resolution by a managed care plan
Complaints related to a specific situation or set of circumstances Striking workers often present their employers with a list of grievances such as poor working conditions, not enough time for lunch, etc
wrongs, hardships
plural of grievance
nurse a grievance
cultivate bitterness, nurture acrimony