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A grievance is usually defined in each contract between a union and management. Generally, a grievance is defined as a breach or violation of the contract by the employer.
Types of Grievances
1. Contract violations. These are grievances that involve a violation of a specific part of the contract. They include such matters as seniority, hours or work, staffing, wages, vacation scheduling, and disciplinary action without just cause. Examples include:
* Disciplining an employee without just cause;
* Laying off an employee who should not be laid off because of his/her seniority;
* Wrongfully refusing to grant a vacation request.
2. Past Practice or Policy violations. No contract can cover every practice or policy on the job. A practice or policy that has been in place for an extended period of time and accepted by both parties either orally, in writing, or impliedly may be the basis for a grievance if it is violated.
3. Violations of the Law. Laws written to protect workers are deemed to be part of the contract, and failure to comply with municipal, state, or federal laws may therefore also be grounds for a grievance.
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