A Frenchman received compensation of € 50 thousand from a former employer because his job was boring
Frederic Denard, a former employee of the French perfume company Interparfums, sued his € 50 thousand euros for the fact that he was bored at work. About this writes Newsweek.
In court, Denard complained of being bored at work and having no tasks to do. He called his career in the company "a fall into hell" and explained that he always had almost nothing to do.
“Nobody worried, I will come to work at 9 or 10 in the morning,” the former employee emphasized. All he had to do was buy some materials, for example, “a couple of sheets of paper”; on this his working day ended. Sometimes he performed tasks that had nothing to do with his original duties, the newspaper writes.
Denar was ashamed to receive a salary for not doing anything. He began to suffer from depression and felt "destroyed." A colleague of Denard said in court that at some point, a former employee often began to talk about possible suicide. Denard himself said that stress from the situation led him to an attack of epilepsy at the wheel.
Once Denard decided not to come to work anymore, and in September 2014, after seven months of absence, the company fired him. Then the former employee decided to demand compensation. He went to court in 2016 and asked for a payment of € 360 thousand. According to the employer, Denard could not make the company realize how bored he was.
France is known for its laws, according to which employees are not so easy to dismiss, the newspaper notes. Employees often remain in companies, even if their responsibilities become irrelevant due to, for example, technological progress. After that, employees hope for resignation because they have almost nothing more to do in the workplace. According to the publication, now employers will have to ensure that their subordinates do not get bored.
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Top 30 funny reasons told by employers when firing workers
Dismissal is a current and unpleasant subject, in the context in which one of the parties: either the employer or the employee, finds himself in an embarrassing situation or, at least, uncomfortable. It happens that the employee is "fired" without explaining the cause or without giving him time to find another job, which is not in accordance with the legislation in force, of course if the parties have concluded an individual employment contract. . Or, on the contrary, it can happen that the dismissal of an incompetent employee, who brings losses to the company, is a difficult mission for the employer, against the background of the bureaucracy related to the dismissal procedure.
Bemorepanda collected some funny cases.
1.Fire my own brother
4.Not a bright man
7.Asleep at work
8.Not to crazy
10.Training a new girl
13.Trips for no reason