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A personal grievance must be raised within 90 days of the date of the action or grievance arising, or later with consent of the employer. Personal grievances may be raised in respect of unjustifiable dismissal, or an unjustifiable disadvantage. An unjustifiable disadvantage relates to an alleged unjustifiable action on the part of the employer which impacts on one or more conditions of the employee's employment.

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