Seventy-seven goals conceded should be a sackable
offence for Nigel Worthingon with a future England keeper Robert Green between the sticks.
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.
Manchester United chief executive David Gill has turned the heat on Sir Alex Ferguson by insisting the long-serving Red Devils chief `is sackable
The survey focused on company owners, managers and other workers and rated how 'sackable
' they regard various office misdemeanours.
A source called it a "whitewash", adding: "[Racism] is usually a sackable
"I'm not naive enough to think the run we were on wasn't a sackable
one on any CV.
Racial abuse to be considered gross s misconduct - and therefore potentially a sackable
? Racial abuse to be considered gross misconduct in player and coach contracts (and therefore potentially a sackable
"Traces of cannabis in the bloodstream was a sackable
offence and the firm have made this clear to employees," said Mr Robinson.
Marco said: "One person did something sackable
. But my wishes are not to sack Jody.
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.
It is the appeals panel that is not seeing that as a sackable