The HR Headmistress' blog

Add Some Muscle to your Grievance Procedure

31st October 2018

Last week I hit the limits of my patience and beefed my template dispute resolution process. It’s now got enough muscle to make Popeye jealous.

Employees have a right to raise genuine grievances. Unfortunately, this right is often abused....

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How to Deal with Annoying Colleagues

25th April 2018

Many of the grievances I deal with are described as “bullying or harassment” but in reality boil down to the fact that two people don’t like each other and haven’t found a common way of working together. All too often both...

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Dealing with Workplace Grievances

10th January 2018

Employees have the right to raise a grievance about concerns they have related to the workplace and you must have a written grievance procedure in your organisation. This can be helpful in providing a framework to explore and resolve workplace...

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Think you can get away with it? Think again!

6th November 2013

As a general rule those of our clients who follow our HR advice don’t find themselves in hot water with employment tribunals. It’s when they don’t follow our advice they tend to have problems.

If you lose at...

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Does the Employer’s Breach Have to be the Main Cause of Resignation in a Constructive Dismissal Case?

24th October 2013

A constructive dismissal occurs if an employee terminates an employment contract, with or without notice, because of the employer's fundamental breach of contract (a repudiatory breach). In Wright v North Ayrshire Council, the court had to decide...

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