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Lipscombe v Forestry Commission

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    Lipscombe v Forestry Commission EAT/0191/06 (0 other reports)

statutory grievance procedures | satisfaction of step one

In Lipscombe v Forestry Commission EAT/0191/06, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employee satisfied step one of the statutory grievance procedure when he made a passing reference to a grievance in a resignation letter.

The Employment Act 2002, section 32(2) requires employees to submit a written statement of a grievance to their employer before a complaint can be brought before an employment tribunal.