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Suspension from work

What is suspension from work?

Being suspended from work is a temporary status determined by your employer where allegations of gross misconduct have been made against you, are being investigated, but have not been established or dismissed. You should only be suspended for gross misconduct, although you can be suspended for health and safety reasons. This page takes you briefly through your rights and your employer's obligations during suspension. For more detailed guidance See - Suspended from work: Understand the process, know your rights and survive it

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