How to write a grievance about the behaviour of a colleague, manager or supervisorby: Employee Rescue
This Guide provides in depth direction on writing a grievance about the behaviour of a colleague, manager or supervisor. It shows you how to escalate breaches of policy and employment law, strategies and issues of limitation that you need to be aware of. What is a grievance? The ACAS Code defines grievances as “concerns, problems or complaints […]
This Guide provides in depth direction on writing a grievance about the behaviour of a colleague, manager or supervisor. It shows you how to escalate breaches of policy and employment law, strategies and issues of limitation that you need to be aware of.
What is a grievance?
The ACAS Code defines grievances as “concerns, problems or complaints that employees raise with their employers”. You can raise a grievance about things like your terms and conditions of employment, health and safety, workplace relationships, new working practices, organisational changes, equality, discrimination, bullying and harassment, and whistleblowing. Always try to resolve problems informally before raising a grievance.
Complain about the behaviour of a colleague, manager or supervisor
This guide shows you how to write a grievance about behaviour that you are unhappy with, which is not as serious as bullying and harassment but is causing you to have problems at work. It helps you lay the foundations for discussions about the behaviour, whilst at the same time formalising your complaint in order to protect you position if matters do not improve. Perhaps your manager or supervisor is making you work in a way that is causing you problems within your team or you have problems with a colleague’s attitude, or capability for the job. Where the grievance is against your line manager, you should approach another manager or raise the issue with your HR department if there is one.
How to win your Workplace Personal Injury claim by: Employee Rescue £17.99
Personal Injury at Work is your essential step-by-step guide to making your personal injury claim for compensation of up to £25,000.00 to cover losses you have suffered as a result of an injury at work.
If you are unfortunate enough to be injured in an accident at work, you may be able to make a Personal Injury claim for compensation. Accidents do happen in any job and in any situation. They are not limited to factories and building sites; every workplace has its own dangers. Your employer has a duty to protect you from injury at work and tell you about any health and safety issues that affect you. Your employer also has a legal obligation to report certain accidents and incidents and to pay you sick pay.
If you are considering suing your employer, remember that the aim of work accident compensation is to put you in the position you would be in had the accident not occurred. By law, your employer must be insured against injury to employees. Your employer should place a certificate showing the name of its insurance company where it can be seen at work. You can also ask your employer to give you the details if you need them. You will be entitled to Statutory Sick Pay at the very least. Your right to contractual sick pay should be in your employment contract or your terms and conditions of employment. The book covers what you need to know, taking you quickly and simply through essential information on;
- Your legal rights
- How to get your compensation
- Templates and tactics
- Current legal information
The Disciplinary Hearing by: Employee Rescue £17.99
Your Employer can discipline you for conduct, capability or some other substantial reason. This book provides all the information, templates and guidelines that you need to help you through the disciplinary hearing.
What is a Disciplinary Hearing?
A disciplinary hearing is a meeting facilitated by your Employer to discuss allegations against you and to give you an opportunity to respond to those allegations. Your Employer can discipline you for conduct, capability or some other substantial reason. S13 (4) Employment Relations Act 1999 says that a disciplinary hearing is a hearing which could result in the administration of a formal warning to a worker by his employer, the taking of some other action in respect of a worker by his employer, or the confirmation of a warning issued or some other action taken. In 48 pages, this e-book guides you through your legal rights throughout the process, with tips, templates and tactics on what to do and how to protect yourself.
This guide gives you valuable guidance on the entire process. It is essential if you want to give yourself the best chance of a good outcome, and to have a strong employment tribunal claim or settlement if you should have to leave your job. The guide is your essential step-by-step guide to the Disciplinary Hearing Process. It is supplemented by free information on the I don’t want to lose my job section of the website. It covers everything you need to know, taking you quickly and simply through essential information on;
- How to write your statement of defence
- How to prepare for the disciplinary hearing
- Your right to be accompanied
- The evidence against you
- The allegations against you
- Witness Statements
And much more……
Health and Safety Dismissal by: Employee Rescue £11.99
Health and Safety Dismissal
Did you know that Section 100 and Section 44 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 give you protection from dismissal for health and safety reasons? The EU Workplace Health and Safety Directive (89/391/EEC) sets out general principles on measures to protect the safety and health of workers while at work. The Health and Safety Dismissal Guide is your essential step-by-step guide to your rights. It contains critical information on automatically unfair dismissals, your rights under the Employment Rights Act including health and safety law as well as taking your case to ACAS Conciliation and the Employment Tribunal. This book covers what you need to know, taking you quickly and simply through essential information on;
Your Employer’s duty of care
Your legal rights
Remedies available to you
The latest information on health and safety dismissal
Guidance on what to do
ET1: Non-payment of holiday pay whilst still employed by: Employee Rescue £49.99
This e-book provides you with a template for writing an Employment Tribunal claim if your employer refuses to pay you holiday pay. Use this guide if you are still in the job….flip the book for more