If you have a problem at work, there is help available on how to tackle it and what to do at each stage, whether you’re sorting things out informally, taking out a grievance or making a claim to an employment tribunal.
The Citizens Advice National Website offers helpful advice on the following work related issues:
Find out what you can do if you’ve got a complaint at work – outlines steps you can take.
Find out when you must use early conciliation, what it involves and how it affects the time limit for making an employment tribunal claim.
Find out how to settle a dispute with your employer without going to a tribunal by using a settlement agreement.
- What to think about before you start a claim
- Making a claim – is it worth it?
- What will it cost to make a claim?
- Valuing a claim
Information on grievances in the workplace, including what is a grievance, raising a formal grievance, mediation, conciliation and employment tribunal claims.
Letter to raise a grievance by an employee about something which has happened at work.
Basic rules for writing a grievance letter and a checklist to make sure that your letter has all the relevant information.
Information for employees who have been disciplined about behaviour, absence from work, or standard of work, including what is disciplinary action, informal solutions, disciplinary procedures, mediation, conciliation and employment tribunal claims.
- Where to start
- Preparing for a disciplinary or dismissal meeting
- Who can accompany you to a disciplinary meeting
- Appealing against disciplinary action
- Understanding employment tribunals
- Starting an employment tribunal claim
- Employer’s response to an employment tribunal claim
- Preparing an employment tribunal case
- Employment tribunal hearings
- After the employment tribunal hearing
Information on sources of help to deal with problems in the workplace, including trade unions, legal help, advice agencies and other organizations.
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For more advice please contact Citizens Advice IOW