You may feel the way you are being treated at work is unfair and wish to make a complaint.
A good grievance procedure often helps to resolve issues, complaints, and problems between you and your employer at an early stage without any need for formal action.
Your employer should have a grievance procedure in place which may be located in the handbook or in your contract of employment. You will need to submit your grievance in writing and should then be invited to attend a grievance hearing by your employer to discuss the complaints raised in more detail
If you have a grievance at work, we can help you resolve it. This could include drafting the initial grievance, guiding you in any negotiations, helping with the preparation for the hearing, and appointing one of our executives to attend the hearing with you as your representative. Once the hearing is done, we can review any grievance response and documentation, and help you to deal with any appeal against the decision of your employer or subsequent Employment Tribunal claim.