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    Default Re: Is this garden leave??

    Oddly enough my employer has now "allowed" a phased return prior to the completion of the neuropsycholoical assessment.


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    Default Re: Is this garden leave??

    excellent!

    Never assume anyone on the internet is who they say they are. Only rely on advice from insured professionals you have paid for!
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    Further update

    For some strange reason my employer is now allowing me back on a phased basis prior to the neuropsychological assessment. I'm unsure what to think about this! At least my return will put me back on full pay.


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    Default Re: Is this garden leave??

    Not to be the bearer of bad news,
    but are you sure it does that?

    Many employers did not pay full pay on a phased return
    - they pay the rate that is earned,
    so if you work half the week,
    you get half the pay.

    Many people don't notice that is the case because they have company sick pay,
    and that makes up the balance.

    In effect they are being paid part salary and pay sick pay.

    If you have sick pay,
    it amounts to the same pay so nobody notices or cares.

    But since your company sick pay had run out,
    it might not be full pay unless your terms specify that.
    You need to check
    - don't assume.

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