Receipt of Grievance Letter
This Letter Responding to Grievance from
There is no legal requirement for employers to deal formally with complaints made by individuals who have left their employment. In some circumstances, for example, when an ex-employee makes a serious complaint about his or her own treatment and has indicated an intention to bring an employment tribunal claim, the employer may decide not to respond to a grievance.
However, it may be advisable for the employer to respond to an
It may also be good practice for the employer to respond to a more serious complaint made by an ex-employee. The employer should take such a complaint by a former employee seriously, and inform him or her of any investigations that it is undertaking or any action that is being taken.