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Q: grievance procedure?
A: The procedure to follow if you wanted to raise a grievance at work *The first thing to do if you have concerns is raise the matter with the person specified in the grievance procedures, usually your line manager. If this is not possible, [ or if your problem is with that person, you should go to the next most senior person. Try to get the problem resolved informally at this stage. *You should
begin a formal grievance procedure if your employer fails to resolve the matter to your satisfaction. If you do not begin a formal procedure, you will not be able to make a claim to an employment tribunal that your employer has failed to honour your statutory employment rights. *You must set out your grievance in writing and send a copy to your employer. If you have problems expressing yourself in writing you can ask for help at a CAB or, if you are a union member, from a trade union representative. *When your employer has read your written statement he or she must invite you to a meeting to discuss your grievance. He or she can allow himself or herself a little time to look into your complaint but should not delay for an unreasonable amount of time. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Hko4fYYQ3fQJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.citehr.com/48804-employee-grievance-policy-working-conditions.html+&cd=15&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ph ]
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Weegy: The procedure to follow if you wanted to raise a grievance at work *The first thing to do if you have concerns is raise the matter with the person specified in the grievance procedures, usually your line manager. If this is not possible, [ or if your problem is with that person, you should go to the next most senior person. Try to get the problem resolved informally at this stage. *You should begin a formal grievance procedure if your employer fails to resolve the matter to your satisfaction. If you do not begin a formal procedure, you will not be able to make a claim to an employment tribunal that your employer has failed to honour your statutory employment rights. *You must set out your grievance in writing and send a copy to your employer. If you have problems expressing yourself in writing you can ask for help at a CAB or, if you are a union member, from a trade union representative. *When your employer has read your written statement he or she must invite you to a meeting to discuss your grievance. He or she can allow himself or herself a little time to look into your complaint but should not delay for an unreasonable amount of time. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Hko4fYYQ3fQJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.citehr.com/48804-employee-grievance-policy-working-conditions.html+&cd=15&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ph ]
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