HR/Manager Issue - Grievance [Merged]
I've recently hit a trigger for absences- 4 in a year due to Covid. All fine and fair enough with hitting trigger etc.
My manager has not advised me properly of outcomes to formal meetings, as in a potential referral to OT, or review periods.
So I have found myself being subject to meeting outcomes that she should have discussed with me at meetings (as per council policy) and didn't. A 6 month review period with no context as to why this is a reasonable outcome.
I have objected and emailed and she has only acknowledged it once in a meeting which she apologised for but did not say why she had not follwoed policy.
I have an email trail of my informal attempts at accountability.
However as I am receiving letters stating about my employment being affected if I hit further triggers, but don't contain any reference to her neglect to advise properly on policy, I feel I should object.
I am going to raise a grievance - but if any legal/Hr bods can sort of shed light on the strength of my claim.
Can I refuse to be subjected to a policy that wasn't discussed at the right point within it's own policy? It's local gov if that helps.
Do HR have to follow their own policies. What happens if not? Tribunal?
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