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grievant

[gree-vuh nt] /ˈgri vənt/
noun
1.
a person who submits a complaint for arbitration.
Origin
1955-1960
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.
  • The grievant applied, but was not selected, for the vacant position.
  • The grievant filed a grievance disputing the rating.
  • 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.
  • The grievant was granted annual leave, to the extent of his accrued balance, to cover part of the time spent in jail.
  • The grievant applied for this position but another employee was selected.

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