Submit a formal grievance to your manager. If managers refuse which they have been doing see the 2 LTB's entitled (Managers in certain locations are refusing to log grievances for members over the issue of holiday pay in the stickies).
Contact your branch to see if they have form which can be used. Take a photocopy as this will be used to prove that you attempted to raise a grievance. 2.
Submit the online ACAS early conciliation application. This must be done. The process is; 3.
Google ACAS and look for single claimant - early conciliation notification form – ACAS. Click individual claimant notification form and fill it in4.
Section one is self-explanatory5.
Section two we advise:Representative contact name:
Area rep Representative organisation name:
Your branch addressMain contact number:
Branch contact numberE Mail Addres:
Branch email address 6.
Section three we advise:Employer name:
Royal Mail GroupEmployer address line:
100 Victoria Embankment, London, EC4Y 0HQ7.
Section four is self-explanatory8.
Answer YES to question "do you know if anyone else is also making a claim about this?"9.
Submit your request
It is essential you e mail your branch representative to make them aware this has been done and include:
Your full name, office of employment, your contracted hours and date of annual leave.
This will help your branch when ACAS contact them.
Also, Study The Content of LTB 416/19
and start to compile the information that will be required if it goes to an ET. Also, be aware of the published CWU Final Holiday Pay Flow Chart
to understand the process.
If you are going to go through this process, contact your branch ASAP for help and more info!This was taken from a template from Hull and East Riding that was sent to me.