Review of literature on employee grievances
Employee–Employer Grievances: A Review | Request PDF Employee–Employer Grievances: A Review | Request PDF (PDF) A STUDY ON EFFECTIVENESS OF EMPLOYEE GRIEVANCES HANDLING Employee–Employer Grievances: A Review | Request PDF Review of Literature on Employee Grievance Dr.V.Mohana Sundaram, N.Saranya (2013) in his Employee Grievance Organizations are made up of people and functions through people without people organization cannot exist. The resource of men, money, material and machinery are collected, coordinated and utilized through people in the organization. Employee grievances are essentially human problems, real or imaginary. Lawrence Nurse, Dwayne Devenish (2007) in his working paper entitled “Grievance Management and its Links to Workplace Justice” The Purpose of this paper is to explore the influence of workers demographic characteristics on their perceptions of procedural justice form grievance management. The literature is reviewed in four key stages: (1) the incidence of grievable events; (2) the employee's response to a potential grievance issue; (3) the effectiveness of grievance processing; and... This narrative review encompasses a range of international research on individual employee–employer grievances. The literature is reviewed in four key stages: (1) the incidence of grievable events; (2) the employee's response to a potential grievance issue; (3) the effectiveness of grievance processing; and (4) outcomes. The incidence of grievable events. Sadness, frustration and discontentment, inefficient work , less productivity would be the results of grievance.
fREVIEW OF LITERATURE Dr. G. Balamurugan, V. Shenbagapandian, in March 2016 made a study to identify common for grievances faced by employees in workplace and the mechanism used to solve the grievance. Behavioral and industrial relations literature on grievances were reviewed. As a result, serious methodological, theoretical, and ethical questions were raised. Fundamental research is required to establish the reliability of grievance phenomena. Further, the use of grievance data as criteria is dubious because of conceptual problems of deficiency. 6. Most of the employees were responded that they were strongly agree that proper process, relevant fact finding and proper listening was followed in grievance redressal. 7. Employees felt that grievance redressal committee was skilled to handle the issue. 8. Employees felt that grievance handling policy is very effective in hospital. He also pointed the following causes of grievance which are 1.
Non-payment or delay of employees entitlement 2. Unfair-treatment by management 3. Poor welfare 4. Branch of terms of contract by management 5. Management’s in sensitivity to. remedy-seeking options and that discourages the employee.In this article titled “employee grievances: an application of the leader-member exchange model” by Kelly L. Cleyman,Ford Motor Company & Steve M. Jex, & Kevin G. Love Central Michigan University had described in Using the Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) model as a guide, the study examined Grievance A grievance is a formal complaint that is raised by an employee towards an employer within the workplace. There are many reasons as to why a grievance can be raised, and also many ways to go about dea