Letter to raise a grievance at work
If you are an employee and you want to make a formal complaint about something which has happened at work, you should raise a grievance.
The first step in doing so is to write to your employer. You should set out what your complaint is, with enough detail for your employer to be able to investigate it properly. Also include any details of what you've done to sort out the problem already.
5 Contract Road
Dear Mo Huling,
I am writing to seek your help in resolving a problem that I am experiencing at work. It is a problem that is causing me some concern and that I have been unable to solve without bringing to your attention. I hope in doing so we can deal with the issue quickly and amicably.
I raised this matter informally, but haven't been satisfied with the outcome. I tried talking to my boss but she refused to talk to me about this and said she had said all she had to say on the matter.
I would welcome the chance to talk this through with you at a convenient time and place.
I would like to be accompanied to the meeting by J Sinden.