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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Grievance investigation report
    Grievance investigation reportOur report enables the investigation manager to summarise the grievance investigation they carried out, together with an explanation of their findings.Investigation summaryA fair grievance procedure doesn't absolutely require that a written investigation report is produced but many investigations will benefit if the findings are recorded in writing, so the investigation manager should fill in our Grievance Investigation Report form once they've completed their investigation. It...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Grievance investigation plan
    Grievance investigation planCreating an investigation plan for an appointed grievance investigation manager can provide them with a structured approach to follow when conducting their investigation. Appointment of investigation managerWhere an employee has raised a grievance, you'll need to appoint an investigation manager to investigate it. Who you appoint as the investigation manager may depend on the seriousness or complexity of the issues. For more serious or complex matters, you should appoint someone...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Grievance procedure
    Grievance procedureYour grievance procedure should play a crucial role in how you deal with staff complaints. Use our procedure to set out the steps that an employee with a grievance relating to their employment should take, but be aware that they can still issue employment tribunal proceedings against you even where they don't follow your grievance procedure in first raising their written complaint.A fair procedure?Your aim should always be to resolve disputes with employees internally. Grievances are concerns,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Grievance drafting guidance
    Grievance drafting guidanceEmployees can sometimes be unclear about whether they're raising a written grievance or what exactly it's about. Our grievance drafting guidance is intended to steer them in the right direction.Clear grievance formulationYou'd thinking raising a formal written grievance should be easy, but you'd be surprised how many grievances are unclear. There can be a tendency for some grievance letters to be long, rambling and full of opinions, with no real focus on the facts and what the employee's...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter rejecting repeated grievance
    Letter rejecting repeated grievanceWhere an employee raises a new grievance which simply repeats issues that have already been raised, and dealt with, in their earlier grievance, you can use our letter to reject it as you don't need to go over the same issues again.Grievance procedureYour grievance procedure enables employees to raise formal grievances about workplace issues. It probably provides for you to hold a grievance meeting with the employee and then to notify them of the outcome in writing, with a right...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter informing employee of grievance against them
    Letter informing employee of grievance against themWhere a grievance has been raised by one employee against another, you'll need to notify the latter employee of the grievance allegations and that they're to be investigated.Grievance processEmployees can raise grievances about a variety of matters in the workplace. This can include making allegations about a fellow employee's conduct or behaviour, either towards them or otherwise generally. Where an employee (X) raises a grievance against a work colleague (Y),...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter rescheduling grievance meeting
    Letter rescheduling grievance meetingUse our letter if you need to postpone a scheduled grievance meeting or if you're agreeing to an employee's own request to postpone. It's reasonable to reschedule either if you need to do so for business reasons or if the employee has valid grounds for their postponement request, e.g. their companion isn't available on the date proposed.Acas Code of PracticeThe Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures sets out the principles for handling grievances in...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Reply to retraction of grievance
    ... Retraction of Grievance Form as your written evidence. Our form asks the employee to state the reasons for their retraction which might be useful in highlighting if they've done so under duress from other employees or because they're worried about possible repercussions or detrimental treatment. Two optionsOnce you've received their grievance withdrawal notification, use our Reply to Retraction of Grievance to formally acknowledge it and to confirm that you're treating their grievance as withdrawn. Our letter...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Employee grievance record
    Employee grievance recordIt's advisable to keep a brief summary of an employee's grievance history on file, even if full details of any grievances have been removed because the information is now historical. Our grievance record includes the dates of grievances and grievance meetings, summaries, outcomes, actions taken and details of any appeals.A summary sheetWhen an employee raises a grievance, you will have put together a file of relevant paperwork which probably comprises the employee's grievance letter,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Grievance meeting order of proceedings
    Grievance meeting order of proceedingsManagers need to conduct grievance meetings in a constructive and fair manner, allowing the employee to fully explain their grievance and state how they think it should be resolved. Our document will help managers ensure they cover everything that needs to be dealt with in a logical and fair order.Acas Code of PracticeThe Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures sets out the principles of fairness for handling disciplinary and grievance matters in the...
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