I’m having problems at work, what can I do?
All employment agreements must include an employment disputes procedure if you run into problems at work. If there is no procedure or if the procedure would disadvantage you, you’ll need to follow the procedure set out in law:
Tell your employer that you have a dispute, what you’re disputing, why, and the solution you would like. Support this with evidence if possible. You can do this verbally or in writing.
You and your employer should meet to discuss the dispute. If you and your employer can’t agree on a solution and you’re not satisfied with your employer’s response, you can consider writing a personal grievance to your employer within 90 days of the incident you’re complaining about.