Lets hope reading about porn at work sacking at work sacking doesn't become a thing.
Italy's Supreme Court of Cassation has ruled that Fiat was wrong to sack an employee for watching porn DVDs during his lunch break, LiveSicilia reports. Back in 2010, a court in Termini Imerese, Sicily, backed the company's decision to dismiss the man from its local factory for eyeballing smut. Palermo's Court of Appeal …
So, just to clarify, there's no actual proof of what this employee was doing, right?
So the question is whether the sacking was unlawful because it was based on unproven suspicions or because watching porn during your lunch time is not something you can be sacked for.
In other words: if it could be proven that this person was watching porn at work, during a break, would the sacking still be unlawful?
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