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November 13, 2005

DI – Suspension Letter

Filed under: DI - Suspension Letter,Sample Letters — Major (Rtd) Teoh @ 11:47 am

HR-DI Suspension Letter


Name of Employee:Employee Number: Address: 

Date: Dear  

Re:  LETTER OF SUSPENSION We refer to the Domestic Inquiry held on _____________  on the specific allegation(s) of misconduct leveled against you as per to our letter of charge dated ___________ . 

We have carefully gone through the records of the inquiry, the connected papers and documents and  findings of the Panel of the Domestic Inquiry and concur with its findings that on the evidence adduced at the inquiry the charges leveled against you have been sufficiently proved. (if all the charges are not proved, state those of which are proved.) The charges leveled against you and proved against you at the inquiry being grave and serious, the punishment warranted is that of dismissal. 

Under the circumstances, we would have been justified in dismissing you from service. However, in consideration of the fact (that you may have apologized/or any other extenuating circumstances), as a generous gesture it has been decided not to inflict upon you any severs punishment. We have accordingly decided to suspend you from work without payment of wages for _______________ days with effect from _____________ in accordance with Section 14 (1) (c) of the Employment Act 1955. 

You will therefore report for your normal duties on ___________. For the period of suspension pending inquiry, you will be remunerated on half pay. We hope you will appreciate the generosity shown to you by better conduct on your part in future. 

We wish to caution you that any further act(s) of misconduct committed by you will in future merit  serious disciplinary action from the company including punishment of dismissal, if so warranted by the facts and circumstances of the case. Yours truly, 

__________________________ Name:Designation: 


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