If a person has had a formal complaint made against them in the workplace which is investigated and not upheld, can they appeal the decision on the basis that they believe there should have been a finding of malicious complaint?If so whAT RIGHTS DOES COMPLAINANT HAVE?Is there a legal definition of a malicious complaint?
Various complaints procedures which are mainly silent re right of appeal of respodent if complaint is not upheld
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