7 Things to Include in a Grievance Policy

An internal grievance procedure can be an effective tool for preventing wrongful termination lawsuits. Most employers have some form of grievance procedure in place, but few are used by employees, and when used, they’re often ineffective. Try including some or all of the following elements for an internal grievance policy that will actually work. The right to complain about any employment issue. A key to keeping employee grievances out of court is to not limit the types of complaints employees can bring within the company. Employer grievance policies should provide coverage for all types of workplace disputes, including disciplinary actions, performance evaluations, pay raises, promotions, and terminations. The right to bypass the offending supervisor in making a complaint. Ordinarily, parties should be encouraged to work out any problems among themselves without involving other managers or employees. Most complaints should therefore initially be registered with…

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