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Former employee has submitted a grievance Publication date: 03.11.2020
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A couple of weeks ago you parted ways with an employee. You thought that everything was fine, but your former member of staff has now submitted a written grievance. Are you legally obliged to deal with it?
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Grievances: should you interview everyone? Publication date: 13.06.2019
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An employee has raised a grievance about a colleague. In doing so, they’ve named all their colleagues as potential witnesses to their complaint. Should you interview everyone to find out what they know?
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How long to respond to a grievance? Publication date: 04.12.2018
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An employee has unexpectedly raised a grievance. The trouble is you’re really busy because of other business needs and are struggling to find time to deal with it. How long do you have to respond?
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How to handle a lengthy written grievance Publication date: 09.10.2018
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All employees have the statutory right to raise a grievance. If one of your employees exercises this right by presenting you with a written complaint that’s several pages long, how should you handle it?
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A grievance because they didn’t get promoted Publication date: 08.06.2018
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An employee recently applied for an internal promotion but, for good reason, was unsuccessful. They are quite upset about your decision and have now raised a grievance. How do you deal with the situation?
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Can I withdraw my grievance please? Publication date: 07.11.2017
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Every employee has the statutory right to raise a grievance. But what happens if they subsequently inform you that they want to withdraw it? Must you respect their decision or carry on with the process regardless?
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How to document a grievance meeting Publication date: 12.09.2017
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Whenever an employee raises a grievance, you must arrange a meeting to discuss their complaint. How should the grievance meeting be documented and what else should you always do?
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Grievances: a right to see your investigation notes? Publication date: 15.03.2017
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An employee recently raised a grievance and is unhappy about how you dealt with it. They now want you to disclose all written documentation relating to your investigation. Must you comply with their request?
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A grievance from a former employee Publication date: 14.04.2016
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You’ve just received a written grievance from a former employee who left a few weeks ago. Are you legally obliged to deal with their complaint under your grievance procedure or not?
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Grievances: this has been made up Publication date: 01.02.2016
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An employee has just presented you with a written grievance. However, you suspect from the content that it’s been fabricated purely to get somebody else into trouble. Are you still obliged to investigate it?
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