- A US retailer has to dig deep into their pockets after the dismissal of an employee. The woman, a diabetic, the guard was told because she would have stolen a soda of just 1.50 euros. A federal jury found the dismissal unfair and stated that the company converted more than 250,000 euros must make the woman.
The cashier had, according to US media asked her permission employer Dollar General in Maryville (Tennessee) to have at hand a juice while working to suppress any sugar attack. It was forbidden her. One day she felt an attack and quickly grabbed a soda from the shelves. According to the woman after she has the symptoms were gone, paid for the drink.
Dollar General, however, stuck to the business rules that prohibit staff from stuff pack the shelves and fired the woman. She went to a working committee which was successfully brought the case.