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How do you write a grievance letter to an employer?

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When writing a grievance letter to an employer, people should include contact information for themselves and the company, address the letter to the appropriate party, include key details about the grievance (including when and where it occurred, who was involved and who, if anybody, saw the incident), present any available evidence and suggest a solution. It is important to be specific about the details of the complaint and to be reasonable in the solution requested.

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Some suggested evidence to include with the grievance letter include documents and personal statements from others who have faced a similar issue. After including the details about the complaint and suggesting a solution, sign the letter and write the date.

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