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    i have a rather odd question.A co worker of mine was suspended from his job.The odd funny thing is he was not even on the clock and what is worse they wanted him to go do a side job.he decided it was not right so he didn't care to go back but it eats at him everyday.my question is can you get suspended from work when you are not even on the clock or even working for the company in question,at the time of suspention?Or because he didn't want to deal with all their games and quit is he lost.I want him to make a claim but he is hesitant to do so.The company did not even pay him for the time on the side job another guy paid him.Does he have a case.thanks

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    If he was not "on the clock" what did he do and where was he when he got "suspended"? Who suspended him? And the "side job"? What was it and who was the other guy who paid him?

    Something doesn't sound right here.
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      Originally posted by Pattymd
      If he was not "on the clock" what did he do and where was he when he got "suspended"? Who suspended him? And the "side job"? What was it and who was the other guy who paid him?

      Something doesn't sound right here.
      he worked for a construstion company he was the painter the super was taking him to thie side job,that he did not want to do and he argued about it the side job is for the construction companies manager.But he did the work as he was told then after lunch they went and told him he was suspended that would be the super.the man who actually did the remodel work wrote a check to pay for his time. thank you

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        can you get suspended from work when you are not even on the clock or even working for the company in question,at the time of suspention?

        Yes, you can.
        The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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