Garden Leave Clause – What is it and do I need it?Posted in : Reddy Made Contracts on 11 June 2019
Garden Leave refers to a clause in a contract of employment which allows an employer to require an employee not to attend work or to only carry out limited tasks during the period of garden leave. In this article Laura Graham, Partner in the Commercial and Employment Law Department at Reddy Charlton Solicitors, answers some of the key questions involved in introducing and using Garden Leave clauses.
What is a Garden Leave Clause?
Garden Leave refers to a clause in a contract of employment which allows an employer to require an employee not to attend work or to only carry out limited tasks during the period of garden leave.
Generally, the employee continues to be paid
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This article is correct at 11/06/2019
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