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  • noun Plural form of grievant.


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  • In my view, even if these assertions could be established, and there is insufficient evidence to do so, I cannot conclude that this somehow excused the behavior of the grievants. - Federal court puts J. O'Neal back in play

  • The refusal of the grievants to participate in this investigation was, as far as the team is concerned, short-sighted and not understood and is a matter for critical comment.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • That investigation purports to have dealt in detail with each of the grievances referred to but what is of critical significance in that regard, is that none of the individual grievants was prepared to participate and to make submissions to it.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The situation of having the grievants on the street making arrests while the D.A.

    Phillies Zone

  • Smith also said the procedures are already "structurally biased" against grievants because most grievances are filed by subordinates against their supervisors.

    Iowa State Daily

  • McGuire said she agrees the grievance system is biased toward higher-ups, because the first steps require the grievants to bring the issue before their immediate supervisors, which are often the people to whom the grievance is directed.

    Iowa State Daily

  • "In many circles folks are not happy with me because they feel as though I worked too hard to protect the interests of grievants," Espinoza said.

    Iowa State Daily


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