Top Tips for Dealing with the Suspension of an Employee for Alleged Misconduct

Top Tips for Dealing with the Suspension of an Employee for Alleged Misconduct

In some cases, it may be appropriate for you to suspend an employee from work pending the completion of an investigation. However, given the serious implications of suspension for an employee, including for his or her morale and professional reputation, you must ensure that the circumstances of the case justify it, and that it is necessary to ensure a fair investigation. Suspension will not be necessary in every case.

Read my Top Tips to suspending an employee and download my template letter to confirm a period of suspension.

Football Violence and Implications for Employers

Football Violence and Implications for Employers

Six British fans were jailed for between one and three months on Monday, 13 June for their part in the Marseille violence, while on Tuesday, 14 June 24-year-old Birmingham City supporter Daniel Warlow was given a five-year football banning order for his part in the disorder on Friday, June 10.

Read my Top Tips to what options you have if an employee is detained in police custody due to alleged football hooliganism and is unable to attend work?