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Should I submit a grievance at work?

December 17, 2012

If you think that you’ve suffered some form of detriment at work then you may wish to take action to complain about this and (if you think that the problem will recur) stop the same thing happening again. Whether you’ve been bullied, harassed, discriminated against or had your contract breached there should be a grievance […]

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Recording a grievance meeting at work

October 8, 2012

If you’ve submitted a formal grievance to your employer then it’s likely that you’re unhappy with some aspect of your workplace. Whether your grievance relates to the way you’ve been treated at work, your colleagues’ attitudes to you or your workload it can often be a stressful and confusing time. Employees often distrust how their […]

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My employer’s taking ages to respond to my grievance. What are my options?

September 5, 2012

If you’ve submitted a grievance at work then it goes without saying that you’re experiencing a problem at work – a problem that’s exercising you enough to force you to take formal action to redress it. Whether this problem is being caused by difficult co-workers, an overburden of work, a medical condition or any other reason you […]

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I feel I am being sexually harassed and discriminated against at my workplace by do not know what it entails?

December 12, 2011

It is clearly stated in UK employment law that it is illegal to sexually harass anyone in the workplace. A person must not pursue a course of conduct which amounts to harassment of another, and which they know or ought to know amounts to harassment of the other person. Examples of what constitutes sexual harassment […]

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