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What to do? Grievance against HR

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I have two issues at present both I believe are grievances at the least but would like some feedback.

 

I went off sick (self cert) on doctors advice. The diagnosis I was given was personal and i did not feel comfortable revealing it on a return to work interview to certain managers (I gave no names) and as such called HR to say this. They advised after speaking to the head of HR to go to the Ops Manager if not comfortable.

On returning to work I was waiting for my interview and was confronted by another manager stating that he had been hauled in by the Ops manager as I had a problem with him. I did not.

 

On completing the Return to work interview i was forwarded for disciplinary due to being off

On attending this meeting I was asked to elaborate on my illness (very embarassing) in front of two women i have never spoken to before. To quote " allow them to make a decision"

I did not reveal this willingly and voiced my concerns. I did have a witness present. None are medical professionals

 

How would i proceed with these issues. Raising them with HR in house clearly is not confidential

I have indentified the name of the HR director for the group, perhaps i should voice my issues to her?

 

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Hi Sam

 

'I have indentified the name of the HR director for the group, perhaps i should voice my issues to her?'

 

Send it Recorded, to their Head Office, but it might also be a good idea to send a copy to her boss, so she actually has to deal with it and not just hand it back to HR.


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Thanks

My only concern is that the grievance hearing is off site with new agm. However he has been there for almost a month. How can this be independant?

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Hello there. I understood independent meant that the person shouldn't have been involved before. What's your problem with the new guy then?

 

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