Hattons Solicitors can help you to draft a disciplinary and grievance procedure for your business, but within this you should make sure that you should have a specific section about grievance procedures that follow the Acas Code of Practice.
Dissatisfied Employees Have the Right to Appeal if not Satisfied
Hattons Solicitors can make sure you are advised on this working as the procedure should require the employee to set out their grievance in writing so it can be investigated. We would then advise you on how to hold a grievance meeting and how to handle any action that needs to be taken.
You must follow the law on this as dissatisfied employees have the right to appeal to someone who was not originally involved in their grievance meeting.
In-House Training for Grievance Procedures
Similar to the disciplinary procedures, employees need to know about the grievance procedure and managers all need to be trained in how to deal with grievances. At Hattons we can help with your training as you need to make sure that the know how to deal with a situation is the grievance exists, even if a formal complaint has not been made, and then how to resolve it informally.
If you or your business need help with how to draft grievance procedures call our friendly employment law team on 08000 111 303 or fill in the call back request form to the right of this screen.