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Management document package

Grievance document library

8 templates

A grievance is a formal employee complaint. Normally this occurs when an employee feels that they have been negatively affected by the employer not effectively meeting the terms of the employment agreement. A grievance could come from an individual or a group.

Grievances may be concerned with a wide range of issues, including the allocation of work, the working environment or conditions, the lack of opportunities for career development or the way in which someone has been managed.

🗋 Grievance appeal hearing invitation letter template ➜

If an employee appeals the outcome of a grievance, this letter should be used to invite them to attend an appeal hearing.

🗋 Grievance appeal hearing outcome confirmation letter template ➜

Use this model letter to inform an employee of the outcome of their grievance appeal meeting.

🗋 Grievance decision appeal letter template ➜

A model grievance decision appeal letter template to issue in line with best practice, containing clear and effective wording, which is easy to edit.

🗋 Grievance hearing decision confirmation letter template ➜

Use this model letter to inform an employee of the outcome of their grievance and right of appeal

As soon as possible after the grievance meeting, the employer should inform the employee of the outcome of the grievance.

🗋 Grievance hearing invitation letter template ➜

If an employee raises a formal grievance, the employer should invite them to a grievance meeting to discuss this in more detail.

🗋 Grievance notification letter template ➜

A model grievance notification letter template to issue in line with best practice, containing clear and effective wording, which is easy to edit.

🗎 Grievance notification form template ➜

Used by an employee to prepare a grievance notification, this form can be used standalone, or with an accompanying Grievance Letter.

🗋 Notice of a dispute letter template ➜

This form should be completed by an employee / trade union, to register that a dispute exists.