Public Employee Suspension Rights

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Whether or not an employer can suspend one of their employees indefinitely, is an interesting topic. It often depends on the recent suspension from the company or entity that you work for. Private employers probably have far greater rights to suspend you indefinitely than does the public employer. An employee should be aware of what their particular rights are and the policy under which they are suspended, which can determine whether or not they are entitled to a hearing in order to save their job.

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