Grievance Letters

Grievance Appeal Letter


Manager- Human Resource Department

Chang & Company Pvt. Ltd

Dear Patrick,

I am writing this Grievance Appeal Letter on the behalf of Employee Association based on my previous letters regarding the new employee’s irregular timings during their training and change in shifts in the company. The newly appointed employees are not coming on time for the training.

In the working hours, new employees sit and chat, misbehave and disturb the senior employees. You do not work up to the mark and your monthly performance reports show low individual outcome.  Understand your role and responsibilities in the work place. Learn to improve your reputation and your chances for success in your job by being punctual and sincere at work.

This is your final warning. So please take necessary steps to control the situation. Remember that time management in the work place is the key determinant of your career success.

Thanks and Regards,

Charles Good

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Grievance procedure letter

Thomas Crowne,

1478, SE Tempest Drive,

Bend, Oregon – 97702.

Phone: 1 234 698 840.


Date: June 5th, 2010.


General Manager,

Dream Workz Techno Center,

124, Estuary Drive,

Beaverton, Oregon – 97006.

Dear Mr. McMahan,

I am hereby writing this letter to let you know that I have some grievances related to working conditions in Analysis department. I would like this matter to be solved or investigated according to the company’s grievance procedures.

The main issues that need to be considered are as enlisted below:



Intranet Site and

Working hours

I would highly appreciate if you could tell me the proceedings or if you could arrange for a grievance hearing at the earliest. I realize that an employee is free to bring either a company union representative or work colleague during these grievance hearings.

Please reply to me within seven days upon receiving this grievance letter.

Yours Sincerely,

Thomas Crowne,

Associate Analyst

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Grievance Response letter

Mr. Mark Blair

3-D, Second Wing,

Los Angels, America

Dear Mr. Mark,

It was with profound grief that I came to know about the untimely and tragic demise of your father due to cardiac arrest. I felt really heartbroken and I am still in shock while writing this letter. Last time when I saw your father, he seemed to be fit and healthy.

I can understand your grief and the situations that you must be going through. I wish I could take care of you. Please accept my abject grief. May God give you the courage to bear the irreparable loss. Your father was a brave man and a good human being too. He had always treated me like his son.

Please take care of your family. Feel free to contact me and please let me know if you need any financial help.

May the Soul rest in peace!

With deepest grief,


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