A grievance can be any concern, problem or complaint that you raise with your employer. You should always try to resolve any concerns that you may have informally in the first instance. If this doesn’t help, then your employer’s grievance procedure will tell you what you need to do and to whom you should speak to.
If your grievance is not resolved informally, you will need to put your grievance in writing. Our employment solicitors can help you make sure that your letter contains everything that it needs to, so that you make your points in the best possible way.
Disclaimer: This information is provided for general guidance and only and is not intended to constitute legal advice. You must consult our employment solicitors if you require advice on your situation or circumstances.
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