The date today is 13 August, 2022. You may be eligible to raise a personal grievance if you were dismissed, disadvantaged, or discriminated against, and the event(s) you are complaining about occurred on or after 19 May, 2022.
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Get your employment agreement checked for FREE before you sign it! Click here to submit our contact form and let us know you would like a Contract Review. Someone will be in touch to arrange to get your contract and review it for you.
The first thing you need to do is contact us to talk about whatever is bothering you. Click here to fill out our form and start the review process. Don't worry if you don't have all the information, we'll get back to you if we need more. Just make sure you give us all the contact details we need!
Once you've got the results of your FREE Review and you've decided to take the matter further, book an interview with us.
Some matters may not require an interview, we'll let you know if you need to do this when we call you.
You should never go into a disciplinary meeting alone. Always take an independant person with you. Never take a co-worker, never take a manager! If they need to be called upon to give evidence later, you'd be surprised how many won't!
At your initial interview, we need to have copies of ALL of the information that you have. You will need to bring with you copies of any documents, recordings, your Employment Agreement, screenshots of text messages, phone logs, photos, and anything else you have! If in doubt, contact us to discuss what you need to bring.
Click here to find out more about going to mediation, including what and who to take along with you!
When we meet we'll talk about the process of dealing with your matter. We might need to reschedule meetings, gather information, apply for mediation, or maybe you need to go straight to the Employment Relations Authority. We'll also talk about how we will stay in touch with each other.
It's really important that we discuss what dealing with this problem will cost you. We will have a written agreement between us detailing what the cost will be, and how and when you are expected to pay it. Both of us will keep a copy so that there can be no confusion later. Click here to see our standard Terms of Service.