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Statutory grievance procedures: Step one satisfied by employer's note

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    Kennedy Scott Ltd v Francis EAT/0204/07 (0 other reports)

In Kennedy Scott Ltd v Francis EAT/0204/07 the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the statutory requirement for an employee to lodge a written statement of grievance with the employer before presenting a complaint to tribunal was satisfied when an accurate written note of a grievance was made by the employee's manager at a meeting to discuss his concerns.