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Employer's Grievance Policy

It’s never a pleasant experience to have to deal with an employee’s complaints, but it’s better that they feel able to take a complaint to management than going to an external regulatory source or taking legal action. However, in many cases, employees may feel intimidated by the idea of raising an issue, afraid that they may be punished for speaking out.

It’s for this reason that you need to have a written grievance policy in place to reassure your employees that you will acknowledge any problems they may have and not treat them unfairly as a result. It will also come in handy if you are accused of failing to listen to employee concerns; being able to demonstrate that you have official channels in place for dealing with these matters is absolutely vital.

If you have no idea where to get started in putting together a grievance policy, all you need to do is download our policy template and enter your details where prompted. It really is that simple to make a legally-approved grievance policy – why not protect your business today?