Suspending an Employee?

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Suspending an employee is something that must be done by employers to make sure that any violation of company policy or safety rules is punished in a fashion where the employee is suspended and not fired for his or her violations of the company policy. The are two options when suspending an employee. The first is a non-punitive suspension, a voluntary time off for an employee who cannot work at maximum efficiency due to illness, pregnancy, or other reasons. The second type is a punitive suspension, defined as a disciplinary action upon an employee. This type of suspension is usually a disciplinary suspension due to violation of company policy or safety guidelines and are usually enforced on the employee without pay or privileges for the duration of the suspension.
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Employees usually receive a suspension because of misconduct. It could be something as simple as using a cell phone in the workplace or using company computers for personal purposes
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How long can a Employer suspend an Employee from work, leadiong up to a disciplinary hearing?
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It does happen in the private sector but less often. I've seen it more often in unionized organizations than non unionized. I think you see it at public and union organizations more
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Depends on why they are being suspended. The best course of action is a verbal discussion, ending in both employer and employee signing a form acknowledging the suspension, why it
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