Commentary

(a) Garden leave: a brief history

Division AII Contract of Employment
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(a) Garden leave: a brief history

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(2)     An express garden leave clause

The second course which employers have resorted to either as an addition to or in place of a restrictive covenant has been the inclusion of what has become known as a 'gardening leave' provision. Although in theory garden leave can be imposed at any time during the continuance of employment, typically a garden leave clause will provide that, in the event of the employer or the employee giving notice to terminate the contract, the employer may require the employee to spend all or part of the period of notice at home (where they may

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