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Personal Grievance

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

A formal complaint that an employee brings against a current or former employer. It is usually the next step to resolving an issue if informal discussions and mediation do not fix the problem.

Employees can raise a personal grievance claim for a number of reasons, for example, unjustified dismissal, discrimination or harassment. A personal grievance claim must be raised within 90 days of when the problem occurred or when the employee became aware of the problem. For unfair dismissal claims, the claim must be submitted within 90 days of the employee being dismissed.

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