Employee grievance letter
An employee needs to send an Employee Grievance Letter to their employer if they wish to formally raise a grievance. An employer will only organise a formal meeting if they receive an official request.
If possible, an employer should attempt to settle a grievance informally by arranging a meeting between the employee and their manager. If this is not successful, then an employer must follow their company’s grievance procedure policy.
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