This means that they have to follow their grievance procedure or the ACAS Code of Conduct.
You may feel worried about raising a formal grievance and the consequence of doing so. Your employer is not able to treat you any differently for raising a grievance and you should not be subject to any form of victimisation for doing so.
You have a right to accompanied by a trade union representative or a colleague at any meetings during this procedure.
If your employer fails to deal with your grievance adequately this may give rise to a breach of the implied term of trust and confidence in your employment contract and you may have a potential constructive unfair dismissal claim (if you meet the relevant criteria).
Our specialist employment team can provide you with a full assessment of any potential claim that you may have.
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