grievant

[gree-vuhnt]
noun
a person who submits a complaint for arbitration.

Origin:
1955–60; back formation from grievance. See -ant.

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Grievant's employment and face the strong likelihood that he will again engage
  in similar conduct in the future.
The grievant was given an opportunity to and did respond to the notice.
Grievant was unable to produce any evidence of a three-year contract or a
  guarantee of continued employment.
The grievant's supervisor granted the latter two requests and denied the first
  one.
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