Step 1 – Prepare well before you begin
Step 2 – Familiarise yourself with your employer’s relevant policies and procedures
Step 3 – Attempt to informally resolve your concerns
Step 4 – Submit a grievance complaint letter
Step 5 – Arrange for a companion to accompany you
Step 6 – Prepare a Written Statement setting out your case
Step 7 – Attend the grievance meeting
Step 8 – Check the minutes for accuracy
Step 9 – Appeal if unhappy with the hearing manager’s decision.
Step 10 – Weigh up your legal options
How WRS can help you
- Evaluating your case, how best to construct it and your prospects of success.
- Guiding you on what to write in your Grievance Complaint Letter.
- Preparing for you a compelling Written Statement, that gives you the very best prospect of success.
- Arranging for a representative of a trade union to accompany you at any formal Grievance or Appeal Hearing – presenting your case in by far the most compelling and effective way.