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Grievance Procedures

There is no legislation directly governing grievance procedures, and most grievances can be handled by the immediate supervisor without recourse to a formal procedure.  However, there are legal implications around the grievance handling process and the absence of a grievance facility could result in the employer incurring a liability for constructive dismissal.  The benefits of having a grievance  procedure is that it prevents an accumulation of minor issues and ensures that industrial action properly remains an avenue of last resort.

A copy of the SFA Guide on Grievance / Disputes Procedures can be downloaded by clicking here.    

Members who have any queries in relation to resolving employee grievances or disputes please contact the SFA, Tel: 01-605 1664/1668/1633 or e-mail: