A grievance is a concern, problem or complaint raised by an employee to management. Workplace issues such as grievances can be tricky to manage and time consuming – it’s important to take the right steps to handle the grievance correctly.
A grievance is a concern, problem or complaint raised by an employee to management.
Workplace issues such as grievances can be tricky to manage and are often time consuming. It might be tempting to cut corners to save time, but it’s important to take the right steps to handle the grievance correctly – both to protect your business and to ensure employees feel like their concerns are taken seriously.
We recommend downloading our free guide to managing grievances here before using this document.
You can use this template to write to your employee giving them reasonable notice of the date and time of the grievance hearing in accordance with your Grievance Policy. Non-statutory ACAS Guidance suggests that ideally the hearing should be within 5 days of receipt of the grievance.
Whilst you are welcome to use the documentation as you see fit, we strongly recommend that you take specific legal advice from the team at Primed as to the appropriateness of the documentation that you intend to issue in your particular set of circumstances. We promise we are very friendly!
In the event that you do use the documentation without first taking our advice, we need to be clear that in those circumstances, no relationship is created between you and any of the Outset Group Companies.