A Grievance can appear in many forms, both verbal and written. Grievances are often part of a Disciplinary, which clouds and confuses an already technical and frustrating process.
If ignored, this can impact on morale and may lead to a bigger problem or result in an Employment Tribunal claim being made against you.
The correct Grievance procedure ensures that your employees know how to appropriately raise an issue. It also allows you the opportunity to respond and adjust your business processes accordingly.
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