Employee Grievances: Part 1 An introduction
This episode of the podcast is the first in a mini series focusing on Grievances and how to deal with them.
There will be at least a further 3 episodes on this topic finishing with an episode on Frequently Asked Questions so if you have a question that you would like covered please email me email@example.com or leave a comment below.
In this episode I will cover:
- Why it is important to identify a grievance even when it may not be obvious!
- The importance of handling grievances well.
- The impact and potential legal consequences of failing to deal with grievances correctly.
- The starting point for any employer when considering grievances.
- Have a good internal grievance procedure;
- Ensure that managers and HR personnel are aware of how to spot and deal with grievances.
- Seek advice and expert support at the earliest opportunity if a dispute arises.
ACAS Code of Practice Here
ACAS Guidance Here
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