Can you put in a grievance after redundancy?

Can you put in a grievance after redundancy?

A grievance can be made at any time- even in response to disciplinary, redundancy or performance process against you if you consider your employers actions to be unfair, or unwarranted.

Can you be dismissed for a grievance?

A grievance procedure is one of the ways to resolve a problem at work. You shouldn’t be dismissed for raising a genuine grievance about one of your statutory employment rights (e.g. about discrimination or about querying whether you have got the right wages).

Can you dispute a redundancy?

You can challenge your redundancy if you: have worked for your employer for at least 2 years and you think it wasn’t a genuine redundancy or your employer didn’t follow a fair redundancy selection process. think there was an ‘automatically unfair’ reason for your redundancy. think there was discrimination.

Is redundancy worth appealing?

Even if there’s no appeals process, you can still write to your employer with the reasons you think the redundancy is unfair. You should appeal in writing to your employer within a reasonable timescale of being told you’ll be made redundant. For example, 5 days could be reasonable.

What to do with a grievance raised after a redundancy?

Grievance raised after a redundancy Andrew Murphy gets legal guidance this week from Martin Brewer, a Partner with the employment team of Mills & Reeve and Sarah Bird, employment law expert, Browne Jacobson on how to deal with grievances raised following a redundancy programme.

How to challenge being made redundant in New Zealand?

(There are a number of grounds for bringing a personal grievance: a personal grievance on the basis of a redundancy comes under the general ground of unjustified dismissal.) It may be that your employment agreement deals in some way with redundancy and that your employer hasn’t complied with those contractual terms.

What happens to my job if I get redundancy?

Redundancy is a form of dismissal from your job. It happens when employers need to reduce their workforce. If you’re being made redundant, you might be eligible for certain things, including: redundancy pay.

What is an example of being made redundant after making a complaint?

In this example, the employer was a bank and the employee was made redundant very quickly after reporting her line manager for entertaining clients in strip clubs.

Can a redundancy decision be made before a grievance is raised?

However, you may well find that your redundancy procedure will could come to an end before the grievance has been fully resolved. involved in making the disciplinary decision and/or the redundancy decision.

(There are a number of grounds for bringing a personal grievance: a personal grievance on the basis of a redundancy comes under the general ground of unjustified dismissal.) It may be that your employment agreement deals in some way with redundancy and that your employer hasn’t complied with those contractual terms.

Can you identify weaknesses in the redundancy process?

If you can identify the errors or weaknesses in your redundancy process, then you can use them to strengthen your redundancy negotiations and to negotiate a better redundancy package. Is there a genuine redundancy situation? In order for the redundancy to be fair, there has in fact to be a genuine redundancy situation.

How to negotiate better redundancy pay for employees?

Introduction Negotiating better redundancy pay is often the first thing on your mind when you are made redundant. This is especially the case when you feel singled out unfairly for redundancy and therefore the standard severance package does not seem like a fair outcome.