Clyde Valley Housing Association Ltd v MacAulay
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Clyde Valley Housing Association Ltd v MacAulay  IRLR 616 EAT (0 other reports)
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that a letter from an employee’s solicitors setting out the types of grievance that the employee has, without giving any specifics about the acts complained of, is not sufficient to satisfy step one of the modified grievance procedure.
The modified grievance procedure applies where the employment has already ended and the parties have agreed in writing that it should apply.