Where there are employees, there are sure to be grievances. And so it's very important that you have grievance policies and procedures in the workplace.
Having them will help you resolve issues in the workplace as soon as possible, which in turn can help maintain employee satisfaction and performance.
To ensure that your own grievance policies and procedures are effective, make sure they con... ››› more
In-house conflicts can easily get out of hand. You need to have clear policies and procedures in place to deal with grievances in the workplace.
This is where a grievance procedure comes in. It's a tool that your employees use when they have complaints about their working conditions.
In order to deal with these grievances effectively, you need to investigate thoroughly.
How do you go abou... ››› more
Having policies and procedures in place helps ensure you comply with your obligations to be fair and consistent while dealing with discipline, performance issues and grievances in the workplace. Some employers choose to make their policies a part of their employees' contracts and some choose not to. Here are the pros and cons of both situations.
There are advantages and disadvantages to includi... ››› more
In July 2012, the Department of Labour released the revised Code of Good Practice on Key Aspects of HIV and AIDS and Employment and the Technical Assistance Guidelines (TAG). These two legislations provide guidelines to help you manage HIV and AIDS in the workplace. Here are nine steps they suggest you follow to deal with HIV-related grievances in your workplace.
It's vital you deal with HIV-re... ››› more
Grievances aren't about salary increases. They're about relationships, systems and incidents. If left unresolved, they fester and create negative energy in the workplace. Here are the eight elements of an effective grievance procedure you must use to help resolve your company's issues as soon as possible.
'In-house conflicts can easily get out of hand. That's why you need to have clear policies... ››› more
Most grievances aren't dealt with properly, mainly because managers aren't aware of the basic principles of dealing with grievances. As a result, they practice avoidance tactics. Not only is this unprofessional, but it could cause grievances to escalate when employees feel they don't have a voice. Read on to discover the three basic principles that'll allow you to do deal with grievances efficient... ››› more
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