Christie v Johnston Carmichael - Garden leave [2010] EAT

An employer is entitled to put an employee on "garden leave" even where there is no express garden leave clause in their employment contract unless the employee has a "right to work", and/or would be "de-skilled" by staying away from the workplace.

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