The Personal Grievance Process Can Be Difficult, We're Here To Help

personal grievance issues for employees

We don’t believe in a one-size-fits all approach, rather a tailored strategy to meet your needs and objectives.

**Please note that statutory timeframes do exist in the employment context – do not delay seeking advice as this may impact your ability to address your dispute**

An employee has the right to raise a personal grievance if they feel that they have been mistreated or unjustifiably dismissed, under the Employment Relations Act 2000.  Employees have the right to operate in a safe workplace and be treated fairly and in good faith by the employer – and when this doesn’t happen, it can have a huge impact.

Unjustified dismissal has traditionally been at the forefront of personal grievances however there is a growing trend of personal grievances being raised for bullying, harassment, unfair performance management (including PIP), unfair redundancy processes and failure to provide a safe workplace.

Our team can guide you through the process and offer frank and clear advice on your options.  Our experienced practitioners have worked across multiple industries and sectors, with a wide variety of clients.

You have 90 days to raise a PG after the fact – do not delay seeking advice as this may impact your ability to address the dispute.  Call us now for a confidential discussion.

We can help employees with personal grievance & employment relations issues.

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