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HI BEN,I WAS TOLD I SHOULD HAVE HAD A LETTER SAYING I HAVE

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HI BEN,I WAS TOLD I SHOULD HAVE HAD A LETTER SAYING I HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED,I HAVE NOT HEARD ANYTHING FROM MY EMPLOYER YET,ALSO THIS WEEK SHOULD BE MY HOLIDAY
WEEK,CAN I CLAIM IT BACK
KIND REGUARDS
CATHERINE DESMOND
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Ben Jones replied 4 years ago.
Hello again is there a specific policy that says you need to be sent a letter to confirm the suspension?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

hi ben,what about my holidays can i claim them back,I still have not heard


from my employer yet,


kind reguards


catherine desmond

Expert:  Ben Jones replied 4 years ago.
Hello Catherine, there is nothing specific in law that says an employee must be provided with a letter of suspension. It is certainly good practice to do so, but whether this is a formal requirement will depend on any workplace policy that says this must happen. If no such policy exists then it is not legally required and the employer can just inform you of your suspension verbally if they want to.

What holidays in particular are you referring to please?