Checklist for Employees bringing P/Grievance Claim



The Employment Relations Act gives all employees the right to pursue a personal grievance if they have any of the following complaints:

  • Unjustifiable dismissal
  • Unjustifiable action which disadvantages the employee
  • Discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Racial harassment
  • Duress over membership of a union or other employee organisation.


Unjustifiable Dismissal

Any dismissal may result in a valid personal grievance for unjustifiable dismissal if:

  • There is no good reason for dismissal, or
  • The dismissal has been carried out in an unfair way.


Unjustifiable Action Resulting in Disadvantage

Employees may have a personal grievance if an employer does anything unjustifiable wh...

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