There isn't really a "mainstream procedure". What options are available to you will depend on what is going on and the organization that employs you.
Your employer may have a procedure; you'll have to check your employee handbook or with your human resources department. Often the only formal option you would have would be providing feedback during a performance review.
If you are in the U.S. (and many other countries, probably) and there is some sort of harrassment taking place, there is probably a means of filing a complaint. As above, check your documentation and with H.R.
That said, if the issue doesn't involve inappropriate or illegal behavior, your best option might be to try discussing the issue directly with the manager. He is human also, and would probably prefer to avoid a formal complaint about their performance, just like you wouldn't like him to put something in writing about you, if you weren't performing well. Granted, this can be a difficult conversation, and I'd recommend that you be as diplomatic as you possibly can, but it's definitely worth trying. In fact, if you make a complaint you might be told to have a direct conversation if you haven't already had one before complaining. Also, keep in mind that if you start asking people in HR or upper management about something like this that your manager is likely to hear of your inquiries, which could make things awkward for you if he brings the matter up.