Racial abuse to be considered gross misconduct in player and coach contracts (and therefore potentially a sackable
Racial abuse to be considered gross s misconduct - and therefore potentially a sackable
But later, having learned the baroness had employed an illegal worker as a housekeeper by accident rather than with any malicious intention, he decided it was not a sackable
Traces of cannabis in the bloodstream was a sackable
offence and the firm have made this clear to employees," said Mr Robinson.
Supplementing one's income through expense claims looks very underhand; in the private sector it is a sackable
offence because expenses are deemed to be what they say they are - costs incurred.
Gossip in the workplace may be salacious and sometimes downright nasty but is not necessarily a sackable
offence - in the UK at least - according to employment lawyer Tom Long in the Birmingham office of DLA Piper.
The error was foolish, elementary and costly, but not a sackable
But Mrs Simons said: 'Theft is theft, she was told it is a sackable
offence and eventually admitted it, saying she was pregnant and had cravings.
However, office pilfering is a sackable
offence with many employers now keeping a check on stationery and post.
GETTING high at work would be a sackable
offence for most people but for these workers it is a necessity.
GROPING a woman's breasts in the workplace is not a sackable
offence if you only do it once, a German court ruled yesterday.
The Blue Toon boss said: "The first-half performance was sackable
, I'd say.