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Title: Ill health
Post by: jatbaws on 11-09-18, 04:35PM
Hi, looking for some advice.  A friend has been off sick for coming up for a year and has got a letter for a final  long term absence meeting, he just want to know what will happen, if he gets paid off due to ill health, thanks.
Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: Bleh on 11-09-18, 04:44PM
Don’t see a pay out happening, more likely they’d be dismissed for not been able to furfil there contract.
Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: notsofunny on 11-09-18, 08:29PM
Why do you think he will get paid off ? ???

Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: jatbaws on 11-09-18, 08:38PM
Paid off probably a  wrong thing to say, I meant what happens to his holidays he has left and shares.
Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: lordadmiral on 11-09-18, 08:40PM
No pay, just will be dismissed.
Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: his scots tie on 11-09-18, 08:45PM
Should get his holidays and his shares.Dont forget pension as well.
Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: m360 on 11-09-18, 09:08PM
No pay, just will be dismissed.


Sorry, that’s incorrect.

If you are dismissed due to ill health, this is contractual dismissal rather than summary dismissal.

Summary dismissal is only really for gross misconduct.

Dismissal for sickness, performance, redundancy should all be contractual dismissal.

The person will receive pay in lieu of notice (can be up to 12 weeks depending on service) as well as any accrued holiday and bank holidays that haven’t been taken.

This will all be paid in their final pay.
Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: jatbaws on 11-09-18, 09:32PM
No pay, just will be dismissed.


Sorry, that’s incorrect.

If you are dismissed due to ill health, this is contractual dismissal rather than summary dismissal.

Summary dismissal is only really for gross misconduct.

Dismissal for sickness, performance, redundancy should all be contractual dismissal.

The person will receive pay in lieu of notice (can be up to 12 weeks depending on service) as well as any accrued holiday and bank holidays that haven’t been taken.

This will all be paid in their final pay.


Thank for the info
Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: Nomad on 12-09-18, 10:22AM
m360 is correct.  Also when it is dismissal due to ill health several other factors will determine the issue of partial/full ill health pension being received (or not), and may need looking into.
Title: Re: Ill health
Post by: RubyRed on 14-09-18, 06:02PM
He will get paid any accrued holiday pay and pay in lieu of notice (amount is dependent on how much service he has).