Cretin, clown or gobsh1te? Part II

Mushroom

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I think it's relevant that he suggested other employees used utensils from the canteen for other purposes, but he obviously didn't want to land anyone in the merde. So, the point was disregarded. Where I work, for comparison, the kitchen is locked, and nobody actually has access to it, when it closes.

Cases like this always strike me as the perfect excuse to get rid of someone, rather than a real disciplinary issue in itself. If this happened to a "valued" employee, I imagine it would have been dealt with by a "wtf were you doing" type of dressing down. And that would have been the end of it.

I have to say, it confirms my general view of the EAT as something legalistic and very little to do with justice. They are just as likely to find in favour of an employee who does something really stupid or damaging to their employer.
 

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And had Baxter soup?
 

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Utterly gross, but nothing much shocks me knowing the state in which some colleagues leave shared facilities

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