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SFA Annual Subscription 2015
SFA Annual Conference – Video Highlights
Workplace Relations Act 2015
SFA Members Connect Area on
Public Consultation on Tax and Entrepreneurship
National Rounding Scheme to reduce small coin costs
Ibec Global Graduates
Grievance Procedures
Force Majeure Leave Refresher
New Customs Rules
Dublin 2020 – European Capital of Culture Focus Group
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Building Your Brand – Driving Business Growth – FREE Workshop
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SFA Employment Law Conference 2015 – Your Essential Road Map
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SFA Annual Lunch – Date for your Diary
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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 policy could result in the employer incurring a liability for constructive dismissal.  Having a grievance procedure also prevents an accumulation of minor issues within the workplace.

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 at Tel: 01-605 1668 or e-mail: