From time to time you may find yourself dealing with a difficult situation at work that warrants raising a grievance with your employer. Raising a grievance is a formal way for you to address a concern, problem or complaint you may have with your employer. An employee has a statutory right to raise a grievance for a number of reasons and circumstances, including but not limited to, a change in their terms and conditions of employment, bullying or harassment in the workplace, wages and discrimination.
Here at Castle Associates we have dedicated advisors and specialist representatives on hand to help you through every stage of the grievance process, giving you the support you need when you need it. You don’t have to face a difficult situation alone; an employee has the right to be accompanied by a trade union representative during the grievance process as stated in the ACAS code of practice.
During the grievance process we can:
Write your grievance letter;
Prepare your grievance and collate the information for you;
Ask questions of the employer;
Ensure they follow the correct procedure.
If you are dealing with a difficult situation at work, call us today or request a call back for a free confidential employment law advice with no obligation.
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