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The state is: Georgia
I have been placed on "indefinite suspension" without pay by my company until the conclusion of what they said will be their own investigation. How long can a "indefinite" suspension go on? 3 days? 3 weeks? 3 years? Do they have the legal right to keep me "employed" without giving me pay? Do I have any course of action or rights at all in this case?
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- and what is the suspension for?
In some states, you can claim unemployment benefits even if you are techinically still employed and in some states, you can claim while actually working but earning less that a state determined amount.
without any more info than what you have posted, it is difficult to assist you in determining any rights or possible actions you may have available.#1; Sat, 26 Apr 2008 04:00:00 GMT
- They can suspend you for how ever long they wish to or need to.
Are you a non-exempt or exempt employee?#2; Sat, 26 Apr 2008 02:38:00 GMT