PUDUKHOMI – La Redut Orders has dismissed last year's layoffs because its employer accused it of eating clementine right next to its workstation outside of an authorized break. He was dismissed on Thursday by the Rubeks Industrial Tribunal.
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Because of the peels and the juice left on the desktop, his gesture could damage the production line, according to his employer. On November 7, 2018, La Redut telecommunications business orderer ate Clementine near his workstation. He was then fired one day, losing a gross salary of 70 euros. He was sentenced in September in the Roubai Labor Court in the north.
But this Thursday, the worker, who is also a delegate to the CGT union, was dismissed. Decision whose motives are not announced, which he considers "impossible" The voice of the North.
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On that day, the employee, who had worked at the same long-distance salesman since 2004, had a break outside the scheduled time from 10:00 to 10:20, while he was at his dialing station, where employees were assigned to The product line inserts the imported products into bins and scans them to send them to customers, for "micro-failure" that would stop the chain. According to his version of the facts, he then withdrew to sit on the bench and eat his fruit, then, "for lack of trash", "laboriously" peeled with him to put them in the workplace. The supervisor then noticed them, before imposing the impugned sanction.
At a labor court hearing, his lawyer, for whom the case symbolizes the "dehumanization" of the terms of operation of the new Kwai 30 logistics warehouse since the company's restructuring and dismissal of 1200 in 2014, had regarded the sanction as disproportionate to the alleged acts. But La Redute's lawyer, ensuring that the citrus was eaten in front of the workstation, in turn arguing a "graduate" sentence given the risks of "potential chain deterioration", challenged the employee.
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