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What is a personal grievance?

Posted in: Employer Relations

You may be faced with a personal grievance at any stage. The employee must raise the personal grievance within 90 days of the date of the action or grievance arising or later with consent of the employer. An unjustifiable disadvantage grievance relates to an alleged unjustifiable action on the part of the employer which impacts on one or more conditions of the employee's employment. This grievance may be raised while the employee is still employed. An unjustifiable dismissal may be raised in respect of an employee who has been dismissed or one who has resigned and claimed constructive dismissal.

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