Petherbridge v Mudchute Association
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Petherbridge v Mudchute Association  All ER (D) 348 (Dec) EAT (0 other reports)
statutory grievance procedure | satisfaction of step one
In Petherbridge v Mudchute Association  All ER (D) 348 (Dec) EAT, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employee who set out in writing a complaint about the way in which his original grievance had been handled by the employer had satisfied step one of the statutory grievance procedure.
Mr Petherbridge raised a grievance about his manager, saying that he had been bullied and harassed, leading to him taking sick leave from which he never returned.