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How long has she worked there for?
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I am still waiting an answer to my query though, please see above
Do you mean she was suspended from the university, rather than a job?
They can still proceed with the suspension even if she has admitted it. An admission does not close the case and make everything ok again. They have the right to still investigate to determine if everything they know up until now is sufficient or if there were other details which may need to be dealt with. Whilst the admission will likely shorten the process and any time on suspension, due to the fact they won’t need to go through as much investigation to get to the bottom of things, it does not mean the suspension ahs to stop with immediate effect and for her to be allowed to return as normal.
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How long do you think she will be suspended for?
You need to check the establishment’s policy on that but it is not an automatic legal right. Other places have arrangements where in order to mitigate the impact of the suspension on
the student’s studies they are allowed to request for occasional and limited access to services and facilities, such as appointments with key staff or to attend examinations. However, these are considered on an individual basis
She should not be penalised in terms of not being allowed to take exams so it is still possible to ask them to allow her to do that. If you believe they have acted entirely unprofessionally or unfairly, you may indeed raise a complaint if needed - initially you would need to pursue it through their own internal complaints process.
Potentially yes, but it depends on how long the information is kept by them and also if they actually provide it to a third party in the future, such as if she moves colleges. But it is not something that s there forever
They certainly don't all end up being excluded, but you casn't generalise in that way - it depends entirely on the circumstances
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