His grasp of reality is right up there with Tara Palmer-Tompkinson's, but that's not a sackable
They are already very low in self-esteem and confidence, and to make an example out of a victim of bullying should be a sackable
The railways have a zero-tolerance of alcohol and drinking on the job is a sackable
The team is - in my opinion - in the same position as it was when he took over six years ago, and for me that's a sackable
He may also have had other grounds for his actions,as the company was notorious for the strict rules it imposed on employees, with smoking in the toilet and stealing biscuits deemed sackable
Talking to the enemy is a sackable
offence we were told.
Sky's Ian Darke suggested judge Dalby Shirley's three-round verdict was "a sackable
offence" and, considering the
Crazy comments issued by a football manager are deemed a sackable
offence, while the husband of the Head of State can prattle on gloriously unrestrained.
Mr Woodward, who retired in 1998, said failing to deliver mail was a sackable
offence when he worked for Royal Mail.
Some employers have even tried to make having a cigarette at home a sackable
offence,' said Ms Hobson.
Nobody would say whether selling contraband cigarettes or alcohol was a sackable
offence and it is not known whether HM Customs and Excise have been brought in.
Is it morally wrong or a sackable
offence for Tony Blair to use public funds to feed Geri Halliwell's face?