Commentary

(d) Possible application to employees

Division AII Contract of Employment
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(d) Possible application to employees

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(d)     Possible application to employees

Although it is to be expected that the majority of cases where TULR(C)A 1992 s 207A is applied involve defaulting employers, there are a number of specific obligations imposed on employees (albeit in rather unprescriptive language: 'should' rather than 'must'). These include making every effort to attend meetings, raising grievances without unreasonable delay (and, as noted above, doing so in writing), appealing against any disciplinary action they consider to be wrong or unjust or grievance decisions where they feel the grievance has not been satisfactorily resolved, and letting employers know the grounds of

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