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As employers, there are many disciplinary actions you can take against employees. Employee suspension is one of those actions, but it's not always easy to keep employee suspension legal.
Disciplinary actions are usually the first step leading up to a dismissal or firing. But once an employer starts treading those waters, the employer needs to plan carefully.
Wrongful dismissal lawsuits are a huge pain to a company and can be a huge drain to company as well. They can drain not only money, but also precious human resources as they require employees to be pulled away from their work to participate in investigations, depositions and sometimes even trial.
On top of it, they're really bad for publicity.
So when disciplining an employee, employers need to play it safe. Here are three tips on keeping employee suspensions legal:
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.