Work Grievance Lawyers & Unfair Disciplinary at Work
If you have a grievance issue at work, or you feel you have been given disciplinary action unfairly, contact our expert team.
Work Grievances & Unfair Dismissal Claims
Is it worth raising a grievance at work?
It is usually in the best interests of the employee to raise a grievance at work if they feel they have been treated unfairly. By starting the process with an informal discussion, you may find that the employer is willing to listen and improve the situation.
If you are the subject of disciplinary proceedings, or intend to file a grievance about treatment at work, your employer should follow a disciplinary or grievance procedure. You should be able to find details of your employer's grievance procedure in your Company Handbook, HR or Personnel manual, or in your contract of employment.
Our work grievance lawyers can help you to present your case to best effect at any hearing or appeal to include preparing a witness statement and collating relevant evidence in support. We can also advise on proposing or negotiating a settlement with your employer and, tactically, whether and when you may decide to resign your employment.
Can I be sacked for raising a grievance?
If an employer victimises an employee as a result of a grievance raised, then it is possible to take legal action against them. If you have been sacked as a result of this, please contact one of our work grievance lawyers for expert legal advice.
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