A grievance can be a problem, issue or a concern of an employee. Grievances can be raised with the employer.
Grievance procedures are not legally binding, however there are certain set procedures and processes. In the Grievance Procedures sub-folder you can find useful guidance notes, post-April 2009 procedures, letters and ACAS Code of Practice.
Using the correct documents for grievance procedures will help ensure that you are following the right process.
- Grievance Procedures
- Guidance Notes on Conducting Appeal Meetings
- The ACAS Code Of Practice
- Guidance Notes: Grievance Procedures
- Guidance Notes on Conducting Grievance Meetings
- Employee Grievance Letter
- Receipt of Grievance Letter
- Letter Advising an Employee that a Formal Grievance has been Raised Against Them
- Invitation to Investigatory Meeting Letter
- Informal Discussion Letter
- Formal Grievance Record Form
- Grievance Meeting Letter
- Grievance Meeting Decision Letter
- Employee Grievance Appeal Letter
- Grievance Appeal Meeting Letter
- Grievance Appeal Decision Letter
- Letter advising that a new grievance will be dealt with as part of an existing grievance
- Letter explaining it is not appropriate to deal with an issue under the formal grievance procedure
- Letter Rescheduling Grievance Meeting
- Letter Rescheduling Grievance Appeal Meeting
- Letter to an employee who has failed to attend a grievance meeting