How do I deal with grievances?

Grievances give employers the opportunity to resolve disputes and issues without the need for resignations or costly tribunals. Your free user guide will explain how to carry out a grievance process.

Here’s what’s inside the guide:

  • Step-by-step guide to the grievance process, so you’ll always know what to do next (page 3)

  • Managing grievances informally, to come to a mutually agreed resolution (page 6)

  • A checklist and start-to-finish instructions for creating a grievance policy (page 7)

  • Explanation of how to conduct an initial grievance meeting (page 8)

  • Step-by-step guide to investigating a grievance (page 9)

  • How to hold a grievance hearing (page 11)

  • Coming to a resolution and considering mediation (page 13)

  • Letter templates and checklists, for:

    • Letter acknowledging receipt of grievance
    • Letter detailing outcome of grievance
    • Letter detailing grievance appeal meeting
    • Checklist for preparing a grievance
    • Checklist for holding a grievance meeting
    • Checklist for after the grievance hearing

Acknowledging grievances and having an effective grievance policy will:

  • Bring issues to the attention of management and allow them to find a resolution

  • Retain staff by preventing unnecessary resignations

  • Save money by not having to replace employees who’ve resigned over a grievance

  • Avoid tribunals and costly compensation claims. Not adhering to the ACAS Code can increase pay-outs by up to 25%

  • Keep productivity high by not letting underlying issues build up

 

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Grievances give employers the opportunity to resolve disputes and issues without the need for resignations or costly tribunals. Your free user guide will explain how to carry out a grievance process.

Here’s what’s inside the guide:

  • Step-by-step guide to the grievance process, so you’ll always know what to do next (page 3)

  • Managing grievances informally, to come to a mutually agreed resolution (page 6)

  • A checklist and start-to-finish instructions for creating a grievance policy (page 7)

  • Explanation of how to conduct an initial grievance meeting (page 8)

  • Step-by-step guide to investigating a grievance (page 9)

  • How to hold a grievance hearing (page 11)

  • Coming to a resolution and considering mediation (page 13)

  • Letter templates and checklists, for:

    • Letter acknowledging receipt of grievance
    • Letter detailing outcome of grievance
    • Letter detailing grievance appeal meeting
    • Checklist for preparing a grievance
    • Checklist for holding a grievance meeting
    • Checklist for after the grievance hearing

Get the guide now by simply entering your email address below:

Acknowledging grievances and having an effective grievance policy will:

  • Bring issues to the attention of management and allow them to find a resolution

  • Retain staff by preventing unnecessary resignations

  • Save money by not having to replace employees who’ve resigned over a grievance

  • Avoid tribunals and costly compensation claims. Not adhering to the ACAS Code can increase pay-outs by up to 25%

  • Keep productivity high by not letting underlying issues build up

 

Enter your email address to get your free guide and resolve grievances in your workplace now.