Expert Help for Raising Complaints and Grievances in the UK

Throughout your employment journey, you might encounter challenges that require a formal approach. If informal solutions aren’t viable, you can initiate a formal grievance procedure. We’re here to provide the guidance and assistance you need when it comes to addressing workplace issues. 

Initiating Formal Grievance

When you’re facing concerns at work that demand a more structured response, you can start the grievance process by adhering to your employer’s designated procedure.

Support When You Need It

Managing a formal grievance can be overwhelming. This is why it’s essential to seek legal aid and support from our team of grievance lawyers. Our mission is to assist you in making your grievance impactful and effective.

Common Issues for Grievances

Our team of employment law experts can offer advice on various issues that could warrant a formal grievance, including:

  1. Breach of employment contract
  2. Discrimination
  3. Bullying
  4. Harassment
  5. Organisational changes
  6. Health and safety concerns

If you require guidance in raising a formal grievance, we’re here to offer our assistance.

How Our Grievance Lawyers Can Assist

As specialists in guiding employees through grievance processes, we’ll actively listen to your concerns, analyse the facts, and offer advice on relevant supporting documents.

Subsequently, we’ll help you draft your grievance letter, ensuring all pertinent details are included, outlining the circumstances that have led you to raise a complaint.

Benefits of Raising a Grievance

By formally raising a grievance, you communicate your concerns to your employer, compelling them to undertake a thorough investigation into the matter.

Should your grievances remain unresolved, you might consider filing a claim with the employment tribunal. In such cases, our team of tribunal lawyers for employees can provide the necessary legal support.

Connect with Us

For expert advice from our Grievance Lawyers, feel free to get in touch. Our goal is to provide the guidance you need to address your concerns effectively.


Addressing workplace grievances doesn’t need to be intimidating. With our expertise and support, you can navigate this process smoothly. Reach out to our team today to ensure your voice is heard and your concerns are appropriately addressed.


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