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Home Team officers disciplined in 131 cases of workplace difficulties over last 5 years

From Wealth to Wisdom : A Guide on Legacy and Estate Planning

When an employee experiences dissatisfaction at their workplace, they may take the step of raising a work-related grievance. In today's environment, where social media's influence can rapidly amplify both truth and falsehood, negative publicity has the potential to impact an organization's image and brand significantly, leading to unwarranted embarrassment.

A well-structured grievance procedure offers employees a means to address their concerns.
It can also assist employers in addressing issues before they escalate into major problems or result in legal action. However, both employers and employees need to recognize that achieving absolute satisfaction for every grievance may not be feasible.

Establishing and adhering to policies and procedures for handling employee grievances promptly and professionally can significantly contribute to enhancing employee retention and fostering a positive workplace culture.

How can organizations effectively ensure they are covered by implementing a Misconduct and Grievance Handling Policy?


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