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An Employment Grievance Letter can be used by an employee to raise a grievance or a complaint at work. It is given to the employer for the employer to take action on the grievance or complaint.
The document can be tailored to describe the nature of the grievance, such as the date of the incident or incidents that took place and the people involved. The rational for why these incidents constitute a grievance can also be detailed in the document.
The document may be used for a wide range of grievances or complaints. This might include things such as bullying, discrimination, harassment, dangerous or unpleasant work conditions, complaints about a coworker, complaints about some kind of injury or damage to personal property, or any other kind of grievance relating to the employee's work conditions.
How to use this document
The employee should first check to see if there is a form or document that the employee needs to use to raise a grievance. If there is none, or if the form or document is optional, then the employee may use this document to raise their grievance.
This document should be signed and dated by the person raising a grievance and given to the appropriate individual within the employer's organization who will be responsible for investigating the incidents, such as the Human Resource Manager.
The person raising the grievance may wish to keep a copy of the document for their own records.
The Labor Code of the Philippines is the law that primarily governs employment and labor in the Philippines.
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Other names for the document: Employee Complaint, Employment Complaint, Formal Complaint Letter, Grievance Letter, Letter to Raise a Complaint