Disciplinary and Grievance Procedure
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A grievance procedure can help to diffuse difficult situations before they turn into disputes.
As an employee, the purpose of raising a grievance procedure is to allow you to air any issues or concerns you have about your work, such as treatment from colleagues or proposed changes to policies or procedures.
Rollos can offer advice to the employee by outlining your rights and how best to bring this procedure to your employers attention.
We can also advise and support in relation to how your employer should handle your grievance and issues that arise from it. Our employment solicitors can also assist you if you feel your complaint has not been properly handled and discuss your next options.
Employees must know how and to whom they should raise any workplace grievance.
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