Specializing in Representation for Employers and Employees
While there is no specific legislation regarding grievances, it is usual for employers to give employees a right to make a grievance . This is considered to be a good practice, promoting early resolution to disputes that could otherwise become quickly escalated. Even with good practices, legal issues may arise. The solicitors at Waldegraves will represent your interest in such legal matters.
Principal Jake Dutton has firsthand courtroom experience with employment tribunals and is qualified to advocate for clients in higher courts. His vast experience and in-depth knowledge of the law will undoubtedly serve as an asset for your employment law matter.
Grievance Procedures in Employment Law Claims
In acting on behalf of employees, we frequently advise our clients to raise grievances if there are issues in the workplace. We can assist you in writing an appropriate grievance statement, and take prompt action investigating the situation from a legal standpoint.
It is pertinent that as an employee, you bring a grievance if there are issues presented in the workplace. In the future if you want to bring a claim (for example, a discrimination, harassment or unfair dismissal claim) and you have failed to bring a grievance, the court may deduct part of the compensation awarded for the claim.
Also Serving Acton, Hanwell, West Ealing, Wembley, Hammersmith, Harrow, Hounslow, Richmond and Chiswick — Workplace Dispute Resolution Solicitors
Please contact our London grievance procedure solicitors online or by phone on 0203 603 5377. Consultations can be scheduled to meet your convenience.