Why is it called a 9-8 suspension instead of 2-1?

Why is it called a 9-8 suspension instead of 2-1?

I know that usually suspensions are referred to by simple intervals, and this is the case with almost all suspensions (4-3, 7-6, 2-3, etc). However, we call it 9-8 suspension instead of 2-1 suspension. Is there a reason for this, either practically or historically?

Why was I put on work suspension without any paperwork?

I would just add that it is likely your employee file has a notation in it about your suspension, and you can request to look at your file to confirm. Nonetheless, just in case you feel your suspension was due to some unlawful motivation, make a note for yourself when it happened and what they said about why you were placed on suspension.

Why is the ninth note called a dissonant suspension?

The basic idea is that, when a ninth is indicated, the bass is one of the chord tones, and the ninth is a dissonant suspension. But when a second is indicated, it is the bass note that is the dissonant suspension which must resolve downward by step (e.g., what we might call a third inversion seventh chord).

What to do if you are placed on suspension?

Most companies would interview the employee before coming to the conclusion they did something wrong (but that’s not always the case). If the suspension is pending an investigation of some sort, then the interview could be before, during or after the suspension.

I know that usually suspensions are referred to by simple intervals, and this is the case with almost all suspensions (4-3, 7-6, 2-3, etc). However, we call it 9-8 suspension instead of 2-1 suspension. Is there a reason for this, either practically or historically?

What happens when you get put on work suspension?

Evidently you are indeed on suspension. You said “I was put on work suspension.” Somehow, then, your suspension was communicated to you. The employer is not required to provide you with any paperwork or even an explanation for the suspension.

Do you have to give an explanation for a suspension?

Somehow, then, your suspension was communicated to you. The employer is not required to provide you with any paperwork or even an explanation for the suspension. The employer is not required to tell you the length of the suspension; in fact, often the employer does not know in advance how long the suspension is…

Do you have to file paperwork for work suspension?

The employer is not required to provide you with any paperwork or even an explanation for the suspension. The employer is not required to tell you the length of the suspension; in fact, often the employer does not know in advance how long the suspension is because it is investigating the facts that led up to the suspension.