A model collective grievance procedure, which sets out the steps to be taken when two or more employees wish to raise a collective grievance and where no collective bargaining agreement is in place that provides for collective grievances.
A model letter rescheduling a grievance meeting.
A model letter rescheduling a grievance appeal meeting.
A model order of proceedings for a grievance appeal hearing.
A model record of a grievance hearing.
A model record of a grievance appeal hearing.
In Hounga v Allen and another  IRLR 811 SC, the Supreme Court held that a domestic worker who had knowingly entered the country illegally was entitled to claim discrimination against her employer despite the fact that her employment was unlawful.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that the bands of compensation for injury to feelings caused by unlawful discrimination should be uplifted by 10%. The EAT also held that an employee must make a complaint in writing to trigger a formal grievance procedure.
In Roberts v GB Oils Ltd EAT/0177/13, the EAT held that there is no statutory requirement for a worker's choice of companion at a disciplinary hearing to be reasonable. Provided that the companion fulfils the statutory definition, the employer is not entitled to reject the worker's choice.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee grievances.