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Can I Be Sacked for Being off Sick from Work?

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You may can be sacked if you are off sick. If you are persistently off sick then your employer should look for other alternatives before dismissing you. For example, your employer will consider whether the job itself is making you sick and needs to be changed.
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An employer can sack you for sick leave once he hands you a SSP1 form which explains why you are not getting your Statutory Sick Pay.
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