Dominic Holmes explores issues facing employers who wish to require employees to stay away from work ‘The right to work is not unqualified or irrefutable. If the employee’s conduct is serious enough to exhibit a lack of readiness and willingness to do the work, the employer can require them to stay away from work.’ Most …
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