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Is this considered illegal suspension?

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1 Is this considered illegal suspension? on Thu Oct 01, 2015 10:50 am


Arresto Menor
I'm working in a BPO company. I was suspended 30 days for a grave offense which is changing customer email address with a derogatory word. We are allowed to change email but not if there is a derogatory word. I followed the suspension process. Submitted my explanation & I also undergone a case conference. After 35 days my decision is a final warning & I can go back to work. Question is, I am not paid for my 30 days suspension because I was found guilty. Is it excessive for my penalty? I plead not guilty, there is lack of evidence from the company. No records for any violation for 6 years. Attendance nearly perfect for 6 years. Stated in the decision that because of my tenure ship I can still get back to work. But I believe their decision is too much for me. I don't deserve it. Please help. Thanks.

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2 Re: Is this considered illegal suspension? on Thu Oct 01, 2015 10:59 am


Reclusion Perpetua
Their decision was valid and fair.

You can be paid for the 30-day preventive suspension IF you were absolved completely (found not guilty) of the offense.

Since you were given a sanction (final warning) then everything is in order.

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3 Re: Is this considered illegal suspension? on Thu Oct 01, 2015 3:11 pm


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