It is essential that legal options and the potential risks are properly assessed before terminating a contract. Time spent in undertaking a proper analysis may save significant costs and time. Given the fact that on average five thousand Employment Tribunal claims are lodged weekly, one has to ask how many more thousands of employees' invoke the grievance procedure, and lodge a letter of grievance? It is therefore imperative, that the grievance letter you lodge establishes facts from which your employer (and latterly Employment Tribunal) could conclude that there has been either direct or indirect discrimination, harassment, less favourable treatment or victimisation under the Equality Act 2010. Attached to this letter you will find photographs of my house dated May 10, 2013 showing that the house has not been painted. Please contact me immediately to make arrangements to paint my house. If you do not contact me by June 11, 2013 to make such arrangements, I will pursue any and all available legal remedies.