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hrdailyadvisor.blr.com/2008/06/01/wage-and-hour-is-it-legal-to-suspend-an-employee-without-pay-as-a-form-of-discipline

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.

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/if-suspended-how-long-does-employer-have-to-put-yo-1367868.html

There is no law which sets a timetable for how long private employers may suspend an employee for. It is solely up to the discretion of company ...

www.hg.org/article.asp?id=19922

As long as the employee performs some work during the pay period, he/she is ... an employer can impose an unpaid work suspension on exempt employees as ...

www.unison.org.uk/get-help/knowledge/terminating-suspending-job/suspension

Suspension is when an employee is sent home from work, usually while receiving full pay. ... In these situations, your employer can offer you an alternative job that ... weeks on full pay as long as you have been employed for at least one month ...

www.justanswer.com/employment-law/4yu67-long-employer-suspend-without-pay.html

Absent any written contract to the contrary you are an at will employee and the employer can suspend you for as long as they want without pay. However, if the ...

blogs.findlaw.com/free_enterprise/2012/04/suspension-without-pay-may-get-you-in-trouble.html

Apr 12, 2012 ... Non-exempt employees typically are paid by the hour and can be ... Employers may suspend exempt employees in full day increments only.

blogs.findlaw.com/free_enterprise/2013/02/3-tips-to-keep-employee-suspensions-legal.html

Feb 26, 2013 ... As employers, there are many disciplinary actions you can take against ... out about how long an ordinary disciplinary suspension should last.

www.xperthr.co.uk/faq/for-how-long-should-an-employee-be-suspended-while-a-disciplinary-investigation-into-alleged-misconduct-is-carried-out/106927

It will not always be necessary for the employer to suspend the employee while it carries out an investigation. If a period of suspension is necessary, it should be ...

www.gov.uk/disciplinary-procedures-and-action-at-work/suspension-from-work

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 ...