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SA Suspended Without Pay - Can They Do This Under Employment Law?

Discussion in 'Employment Law Forum' started by wsw74, 13 March 2016.

  1. wsw74

    wsw74 Member

    13 March 2016
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    I work for SA Public Sector and I have been suspended without pay for misconduct, apparently because I have bail restrictions? Can they do this under employment law? I am using my annual leave and soon will have no money. Can I get an unemployment benefit until they make a decision on my future?
  2. Serge Gorval

    Serge Gorval Well-Known Member

    2 November 2015
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    An employer generally has no right to suspend you without pay unless authorised under a industrial instrument or a statutory authority.

    You may have a constructive dismissal claim, need to know more details.
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