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Procek v Oakford Farms Ltd

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that a grievance letter stating that a complaint was informal and not intended to invoke the statutory procedure was a valid grievance under step one of the statutory grievance procedure.

The Employment Act 2002, section 32 requires that, before submitting an employment tribunal claim, an employee must comply with step one of the statutory grievance procedure by putting his or her complaint in writing, sending it to the employer and then waiting at least 28 days.