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Grievance Procedure & Complaints Procedure

Urdu translation: zabta kar baria azala a shakaiat and tariqa kaar baria darkhast / dawa [hasool a insaaf]

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English term or phrase:Grievance Procedure & Complaints Procedure
Urdu translation:zabta kar baria azala a shakaiat and tariqa kaar baria darkhast / dawa [hasool a insaaf]
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11:41 Oct 23, 2005
English to Urdu translations [PRO]
Art, Arts & Crafts, Painting
English term or phrase: Grievance Procedure & Complaints Procedure
There is a difference between Grievances and Complaints procedures. I would like to know the exact terminology of both.
Ashar
Pakistan
Local time: 05:37
zabta kar baria azala a shakaiat and tariqa kaar baria darkhast / dawa [hasool a insaaf]
Explanation:
Grievance Procedr= zabta kar baria azala a shakaiat
Complaint Proceedure= Tariqa kaar baria darkhast/ dawa [ hasool a insaaf]
Grievance=Reason for complaint: a cause for complaint or resentment that may or may not be well-founded


2. resentment: bitterness or anger at having received unfair treatment


3. formal objection: a formal complaint made on the basis of something that somebody feels is unfair


Complaint= Statement of unhappiness: a statement expressing discontent or unhappiness about a situation
If you have any complaints, talk to the manager.


2. something making somebody unhappy: something that makes somebody discontented or unhappy


3. expressing of unhappiness: the act of expressing discontent or unhappiness about a situation
has cause for complaint


4. ailment: a physical disorder, usually something minor


5. law statement: a statement setting out the reasons for a legal action


6. criminal law formal charge: a formal charge that somebody has committed a crime
swore out a complaint against him


[14th century. < French complainte, feminine past participle of complaindre (see complain)]
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Local time: 19:37
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4 +2zabta kar baria azala a shakaiat and tariqa kaar baria darkhast / dawa [hasool a insaaf]
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grievance procedure & complaints procedure
zabta kar baria azala a shakaiat and tariqa kaar baria darkhast / dawa [hasool a insaaf]


Explanation:
Grievance Procedr= zabta kar baria azala a shakaiat
Complaint Proceedure= Tariqa kaar baria darkhast/ dawa [ hasool a insaaf]
Grievance=Reason for complaint: a cause for complaint or resentment that may or may not be well-founded


2. resentment: bitterness or anger at having received unfair treatment


3. formal objection: a formal complaint made on the basis of something that somebody feels is unfair


Complaint= Statement of unhappiness: a statement expressing discontent or unhappiness about a situation
If you have any complaints, talk to the manager.


2. something making somebody unhappy: something that makes somebody discontented or unhappy


3. expressing of unhappiness: the act of expressing discontent or unhappiness about a situation
has cause for complaint


4. ailment: a physical disorder, usually something minor


5. law statement: a statement setting out the reasons for a legal action


6. criminal law formal charge: a formal charge that somebody has committed a crime
swore out a complaint against him


[14th century. < French complainte, feminine past participle of complaindre (see complain)]


Asghar Bhatti
United States
Local time: 19:37
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