Grievance Process

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HR Letter Had Contractual Effect

In Hershaw v Sheffield City Council UKEAT/0033/14/BA, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether a grievance outcome letter from an HR consultant setting out better terms of pay for the aggrieved employees was...more

NLRB ALJ Rules That An Interim Grievance Procedure Does Not Require An Arbitration Option

In a decision issued last week, an Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) for the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) ruled that an interim grievance procedure between an employer and a newly-certified union did not have to...more

Grievance Process Killed Retaliation Claim

A recent decision on a Workers Compensation retaliation claim shows a hidden value for employer-union grievance processes. In Macon v. UPS, No. 12-3080 (10th Cir. February 19, 2014), the plaintiff claimed that when he...more

UK Employment Law Update: Be Careful With Your Employment Procedures

This OnPoint reports on two recent UK employment law decisions which remind employers of the perils of failing to comply with appropriate procedures in relation to the conduct of disciplinary, grievance and other matters....more

Bar Grievance? Malpractice Claim? 8 Actions to Help Weather the Storm

A grievance letter from the State Bar or the receipt of a lawsuit from a former client can be an unsettling experience for any attorney. After taking a deep breath and remaining calm, remember that we’re living in a litigious...more

Recent Alberta Court of Queen's Bench Decision Finds that Grievance Process Communications are Privileged

A grievance process is designed to promptly resolve workplace disputes by encouraging a frank and open dialogue between the parties. Accordingly, Arbitrators have long held that communications exchanged in the grievance...more

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