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How to make a complaint of Misconduct

Updated: Jun 27


A Complaint Form for Employees permits an Employer to document and file a grievance regarding inappropriate or illegal workplace conduct seen.


Employers and Human Resource personnel utilizing these forms are presented with a systematic method for analyzing the issue at hand since the layout of these complaint forms provides a defined and transparent framework of facts.


In addition, this form offers a way to collect and document workplace breaches.

Reasons to File Misconduct Complaint Form

Anyone may have various reasons to make an official complaint, whether against a subordinate, a colleague, or an individual in a supervisory position.


The following are frequent justifications for filing an employee complaint:

  1. Discriminatory Harassment

  2. Absence

  3. Lateness

  4. Abuse of Electronic Communication Devices

  5. Abuse of Social Media

  6. Fraud

  7. Stealing

  8. Conflict of Interest

  9. Gambling

  10. Insubordination

  11. Negligence

  12. Sexual Harassment

  13. Bullying

  14. Violence

  15. Bribery

  16. etc.

Step by Step: Filing a Misconduct Complaint Form
1. Bring the incident to the attention of a manager

Before submitting a complaint, the Employee must first attempt to settle the matter with their present Manager and, if necessary, consult Human Resources.


The Manager or appropriate party may be able to sequester and fix the issue by revising or establishing a workplace policy, for example.


Employers may also offer training or provide extra awareness in order to coach employees on how to behave or interact appropriately.

2. Preparing the Form and entering your personal information

The Employee should file a formal complaint by downloading or getting an Employee Complaint Form if the attempt to discuss the issue with a manager was unsuccessful.


On the form, all Employee information should be included.


3. Give specific details of the complaint

Once the Employee has provided the necessary personal information, they should describe the incident thoroughly.


Any relevant evidence should be included on the form (e.g., date of occurrence, individuals involved, incident specifics, frequency, etc.).


4. Submit the complaint form

After completion, the complaint form must be sent to the proper party.




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