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"Do we have pay notice to a dismissed employee?"

If we dismiss an employee with immediate effect do we have to pay the employee notice pay?

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  • Notice pay

 User  Kenan asked at 11 Jan. 2013


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 User RachelP answered to question to 14 Jan. 2013
No notice pay is required if the employee’s dismissed for serious misconduct (obviously after a proper hearing).

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