Create your free Suspension letter
Make sure you do things right when you discipline an employee, with this employee suspension letter pending a disciplinary investigation. The suspension letter sets out in clear and simple terms the process to be followed and the employee\’s rights, helping ensure that the employer complies with the laws on unfair dismissal. It covers notification of the suspension, arrangements during the suspension and request for potential witnesses and-or information relevant to the investigation.
What To Do If You’re Placed On Suspension – Ask #HR Bartender
I was placed on suspension in November 2016. I don’t know why I was suspended and HR didn’t ask me any questions on the day I received my suspension. I haven’t heard anything. My manager said he doesn’t know what’s going on because the person in HR is on leave.
Suspending employees pending investigation
In the case, the employee worked as a teacher in a school. She was suspended five weeks into her role because of the force she allegedly used in three incidents involving two children. The employee was suspended on full pay pending investigation into the use of force allegations.
Letter of Suspension
A letter of suspension is used to inform somebody that they are being temporarily removed from a position, usually as a disciplinary measure. This could be a suspension from employment, school, or from some other kind of organization.
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DH needs to be prepared for Friday. Can he take someone with him to the meeting as an observer? He needs to get all allegations against him in written form and not rush to respond, he needs to think carefully about his replies.
Suspending an employee suspected of misconduct can have a serious impact on their reputation, so it shouldn’t be automatic in every disciplinary investigation. Sometimes though, it is inappropriate for them to remain at work while allegations are investigated. So when should you suspend an employee during a disciplinary investigation and how should you go about it?
Suspension as part of a disciplinary procedure
Suspension should not be used as a disciplinary sanction. If an employee is suspended, it does not mean they have done something wrong or that their employer assumes they have done something wrong.
Employee suspension: Not necessarily a ‘neutral act’
The High Court stated that, contrary to popular belief, employee suspension is not a ‘neutral act’, particularly when it concerns qualified professionals as it automatically brings into question their competence.