Employee suspension letter pending investigations of allegations (ED001)

Use this letter to formally suspend an employee while you conduct an investigation into allegations made against him or her. It is designed to temporarily remove an employee from his or her post when that employee's continued presence in the workplace may involve risk, danger or embarrassment or may be prejudicial to good discipline. Note that suspension is not a punishment and, as such, there should be no loss of normal pay or pension entitlement. You may also wish to consider suspension where you have reasonable grounds for concern that evidence has been tampered with or destroyed, or witnesses pressurised. You are obliged to inform the employee as to why you have decided to suspend him or her and may use this letter to do so.

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Employment - discipline & dismissal
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