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3. This Order shall apply —
(a)in relation to dismissal and disciplinary action, where the employer first contemplates dismissing or taking disciplinary action against the employee after this Order comes into force; and
(b)in relation to grievances, where the action about which the employee complains occurs or continues after this Order comes into force,
but shall not apply in relation to a grievance where the action continues after this Order comes into force if the employee has raised a grievance about the action with the employer or has presented a complaint to the employment tribunal about the grievance before it came into force.
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