Grievances often carry a negative connotation and can be seen as a nuisance to management. Unfortunately they are often used as a delay tactic during a disciplinary process or where an employer is trying to make changes an employee doesn’t agree with.
However, handled properly, grievances don’t have to be time consuming or a nuisance and can lead to positive changes. If you do receive a grievance from an employee we will guide you through the process and help you to ask the right questions and get to the bottom of the issue at hand.
As well as advising you how to conduct the process properly, we can also provide you with on-site support. This has proved to be a very valuable service to our clients who often find themselves too close to the issue at hand to explore and deal with the grievance issue properly, especially where numerous staff members are involved.
In addition to advice and on-site support we will also provide you with the following documentation:
- Invite to grievance hearing;
- Outcome to grievance hearing;
- Invite to grievance appeal hearing;
- Outcome to grievance appeal hearing.
If you would like more advice on how to manage grievance processes, please contact us our team today and we will be happy to help.