Has your employee raised a grievance?

As employer, you should have a written grievance procedure that explains each stage of the process. Poor processes can lead to costly litigation and paying thousands in compensation. Call TODAY.

Call Us NOW & Get Your FREE Advice Give us a Call

Handling grievances correctly

What Are The Next Steps If My Employee Raises a Grievance?

Before moving to a formal grievance, it is essential for you to meet with your employee to understand and resolve any concerns they may have. Workplace grievances can range from bullying, harassment and discrimination to pay and benefits.

Our ACAS Code-Based Advisors are experts in giving clear and actionable advice on any grievance issues you may have. Get a FREE 15-minute phone consultation with our experts to ensure your process is lawful. Following your consultation, you can also choose to book a free follow-up call if you have any further questions relating to grievances.

Speak to our advisors TODAY to help you tackle grievances effectively.

Call NOW For FREE Advice

Stay Compliant During Grievance Procedures

Grievance Advice For Employers

A grievance can be a complaint, concern, or problem that employees raise to their employer. These concerns can relate to the working environment, working conditions and/or conduct. If an employee believes your actions to be unfair, they can raise a grievance at any time.

If you employ or manage staff your business should have a grievance procedure outlined in the company handbook or HR manual. But if you don’t have one, your employee can refer to the ACAS Code of Practice process or speak to Employer Advice for bespoke advice on how to handle the situation, tailored to business owners and employers.

Check out some of the questions we get on grievance procedure:

  • Is it ok to handle a grievance informally?
  • What do I do if my staff raise a collective grievance?
  • If my employee doesn’t submit a written grievance can I still be taken to tribunal?
  • Who should deal with an employee grievance?
  • Who should deal with an employee grievance?
  • What format is a grievance meeting?
  • Am I obligated to deal with a grievance raised by an ex-employee?
Call Us Now for a FREE Consultation

Call Employer Advice Today

Free Advice On Workplace Grievances

When you’re dealing with a grievance there is no legally binding process to follow. That can be tricky when you’re trying to stay legally compliant. Concerns, problems and complaints are commonplace in any business and if an employee formally raises a grievance you should adhere to certain principles.

If you haven’t got a grievance procedure in writing or a formal grievance process, then you’re leaving yourself open to litigation. Whenever you’re in doubt, Employer Advice are on hand to provide a FREE sense check.

Call Us NOW for a FREE Advice


Assisting Employers For More than 40 Years

If an informal chat with an employee about their concerns, problems or complaints hasn’t resolved an issue then you may have to go down the route of a formal grievance.

Employer Advice can help with 24/7 advice on grievances.

Book your FREE 15-minute consultation TODAY

Employer advice only support Business Owners and decision makers with Acas code based advice. Get FREE advice today.

Employer Advice Process Data Securely.