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I have a friend who did something silly (pranking around) in work but is not classed as gross misconduct or anything that may cause upset to any staff or customers. It turns out she is likely to get suspended and understandbly is deeply upset. Firstly is this legal and secondly can they dock wages?

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I think it would depend on the conditions set

down in the persons contract of employment

and or the companies HR manual if any.

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Hi qa

 

She must of done something that warrants investigation, it's something the company deem serious, otherwise it would be wasting everyones time and from their position a loss of productivity. If you could be more specific then we can provide further advice. Have any employees done the same thing before? Normally,

suspension is on 'full pay'.

 

http://www.acas.org.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=1043

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She has actually been suspended now and having learnt a little more about it now it seems not so clear cut.. it's the dreaded facebook again. I think they will need to see what happens and seek help from the unions or acas if things turn bad. As a business owner myself though I think it's a complete over-reaction and typical of off-site managers who have no connection and relationship with staff who immediately want to jump in flex their muscles.

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