Jun 1, 2008 ... Both the employer and the employee know exactly how long the person will be
out and unpaid, and when that employee will return to work.
An employer may not make deductions from an exempt employee's pay for
absences ... How long can an exempt employee be suspended without pay for ...
Feb 26, 2013 ... As employers, there are many disciplinary actions you can take against ... out
about how long an ordinary disciplinary suspension should last.
If your employment contract doesn't say your employer can do this, your employer
may still be able to suspend you, but with pay. To show that it's not a ...
The right to suspend by employers will usually be set out in your contract of ... it is
important to remove the employee from the public eye as soon as possible.
Apr 2, 2012 ... Employers should consider suspending an employee only when: • there is ...
regarding their suspension and how long the suspension will last;.
Mar 13, 2014 ... Thus, for example, an employer may suspend an exempt employee ... Although
many state laws will follow the federal law on the issue of ...
Yes, unless you have an employment contract that prohibits suspensions, your
employer can suspend without pay. As long as you aren't working, you aren't ...
The employee is given the opportunity to respond and the employer will now ...
end of the suspension period or as soon as the investigation has been finalized?
I have heard of an employer who suspended an employee for 2 weeks ... If the
suspension is for an unreasonably long period, or if it is blatantly ... the employee
can refer the matter to the CCMA and seek re-instatement in his/her employment.