It is a complaint, concern or problem raised by a member of staff. It can cover anything from a complaint about a colleague and the way they have been treated, to a complaint about unequal pay or an unfair process.
A grievance can also cover a complaint of bullying and harassment and discrimination although many organisations have a separate policy for handling these concerns.
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