Thursday, October 19, 2017

Grievance Tracking Module

  • Easy to use contact information tracking and reference tables with easy to add or change features within Grievance Tracking

  • Contract Negotiations, Subcontracting Negotiations, Unfair Labor Practices Tracking, Job Evaluation Tracking and Job Classification Tracking

  • Maintain information relating to all contract benefits with point and click updating

  • Security levels can be put in place to allow for certain staff and/or management to receive important alerts when key dates for action

  • Pertinent information relating to a contract is collected in one place, not in multiple data stores throughout the organization

  • Track negotiations relating to subcontracting with easy to use drop down/search to ensure uniform data

Application Specifications

  1. .Net web application makes for easy access to critical information.
  2. Security using Microsoft Active Directory ensures control.
  3. Exports to fixed format flat file, Microsoft Excel or Acrobat PDF format.
  4. Dynamic Workflows/Alerts.
  5. Document management at all stages of the grievance process.
  6. Full text search for documents.

Application Features

  1. Maintains information relating to all contract benefits.
  2. Handles multiple mailing and email addresses and phone numbers. Primary addresses and phones are marked for mass mailing/phone campaigns.
  3. Maintain a history of addresses and phone numbers. Addresses/phones can be marked as inactive or bad. This helps in updating member information coming from multiple sources and saving postage on known bad addresses.
  4. Persons can be flagged for do not mail/call when they have requested no contact.
  5. Entry screens use dropdown/search features for data entry to ensure uniform data entry.
  6. Reference tables have maintenance screens to enable easy changes and additions.
  7. Documents can be organized within the contract.
  8. Staff and/or management can receive email alerts when key dates for action are approaching. Alerts are dynamic. You set up when, what information is provided and who receives the alerts.
  9. All pertinent information relating to a contract is collected in one place, not in multiple data stores throughout the business.
  10. A history of contracts for an employer is maintained.
  11. Security levels allow the business to control who can see or maintain information.
  12. Reports to analyze contract benefits.
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