Praise and Complaints Policy
Aim of the Praise & Complaints Policy
We value your comments and feedback, and we use these to improve the service that we offer to all our learners, employers, and partners. We have implemented the following procedures to ensure that any complains or issues raised are dealt with promptly and in a responsible manner.
We recognise the rights of learners, staff, visitors, sponsoring employers, and users of any of our services to complain about, or praise, the service we provide.
The Complaint will be handled by the Head of Operations, who will acknowledge your complaint (by telephone or email) within 24 hours. He or she may wish to discuss the details of your complaint and will do so by telephone within 48 hours of the acknowledgement of your escalated complaint.
Head of Quality
Think Employment Ltd
Further investigation will be instigated and a Senior Manager will respond and offer a solution/explanation again by telephone if possible. Once an agreement has been reached, we will write to you detailing the findings and the solution agreed.
Should you still be unhappy, then you are requested to write to the Head of Central Support, who will make a final decision on any complaint and write to you with any recommendations/solution within ten working days of receipt of complaint.
Think Employment Ltd
140 Victoria Street
Tel: 01472 898221
The company will attempt to rectify all complaints to your satisfaction. However, the company will not reprimand or discipline staff where a complaint is found to be unjustified. Any actions resulting from a disciplinary hearing will be confidential and not disclosed to the complainant or others
We recognise the rights of learners, staff, visitors, sponsoring employers, and users of any of our services to complain about, or praise, the service we provide. In the vent of a complaint, we strongly recommend that you talk to a member of our staff to try resolve any issues immediately. However, if this is not possible (the complaint, for example, may be about a member of staff), then the following procedure should be followed to help you obtain a satisfactory solution/response.