How To Deal With A Grievance In The Workplace
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How To Deal With A Grievance In The Workplace

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A short set of slides outlining the steps involved in the grievance procedure. If you want to read more about employment law visit http://www.legalcentre.co.uk/employment/

A short set of slides outlining the steps involved in the grievance procedure. If you want to read more about employment law visit http://www.legalcentre.co.uk/employment/

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How To Deal With A Grievance In The Workplace How To Deal With A Grievance In The Workplace Presentation Transcript

  • How to Deal with a Grievance In the WorkplaceThursday, 28 June 12
  • 1. Employee raises informal grievance verballyThursday, 28 June 12
  • 2. Informal chat with the employee to resolve the grievanceThursday, 28 June 12
  • 3. If the employee is happy with the suggestions made in your chat this concludes the grievance procedureThursday, 28 June 12
  • 4. If the employee is not happy with the resolution they may raise a written grievance.Thursday, 28 June 12
  • 5. Schedule a Grievance hearing and allow the employee to be accompanied to it should they wantThursday, 28 June 12
  • 6. Deliberate and make a decision - Dont make a decision too quicklyThursday, 28 June 12
  • 7. Notify employee of the outcome of their grievance within a weekThursday, 28 June 12
  • 8. Give the employee the right to appeal if they are not satisfied that their grievance has been dealt with successfullyThursday, 28 June 12
  • 9. If necessary, hold the appealThursday, 28 June 12
  • 10. If things still cannot be resolved then you may need to contact a solicitorThursday, 28 June 12
  • Thanks For WatchingThursday, 28 June 12