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Job loss fear after cross put in Wakefield company van

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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bradford-west-yorkshire-13108578

Absolutely barking - why is this a problem to the ninnies who run this company. What harm could it possibly do to anyone?
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"WDH said he failed to comply with company policy which prohibits employees from displaying personal items in vehicles."

Why do people break company policy and then moan about it when they get found out?

He accepted the rules when he took the job, he should be disciplined as they see fit.
#3
Deffo a troll bait thread....
#4
JonnyTwoToes
"WDH said he failed to comply with company policy which prohibits employees from displaying personal items in vehicles."

Why do people break company policy and then moan about it when they get found out?

He accepted the rules when he took the job, he should be disciplined as they see fit.



I agree with you he knew the rules but I wonder if the rule would be enforced if it had been an item that symbolises another religion, i.e Labour's favourite.
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simplyjimbo
JonnyTwoToes
"WDH said he failed to comply with company policy which prohibits employees from displaying personal items in vehicles."

Why do people break company policy and then moan about it when they get found out?

He accepted the rules when he took the job, he should be disciplined as they see fit.



I agree with you he knew the rules but I wonder if the rule would be enforced if it had been an item that symbolises another religion, i.e Labour's favourite.


It's a personal possession. OP and BBC are making it an issue because it just so happens to be a cross. Rules so no personal possessions - can't see what the fuss is about.
#6
Absolutely barking - why is this a problem to the ninnies who run this company. What harm could it possibly do to anyone?


Where do you draw the line?
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lol, the issue isn't the cross they're looking for a way to sack him to because he's due to retire, they found their get of jail free card. You can bet your life that pretty much the entire fleet has personal possessions in their vans.
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simplyjimbo
JonnyTwoToes
"WDH said he failed to comply with company policy which prohibits employees from displaying personal items in vehicles."

Why do people break company policy and then moan about it when they get found out?

He accepted the rules when he took the job, he should be disciplined as they see fit.



I agree with you he knew the rules but I wonder if the rule would be enforced if it had been an item that symbolises another religion, i.e Labour's favourite.


Pure speculation not substantiated with facts
#9
Alfonse
lol, the issue isn't the cross they're looking for a way to sack him to because he's due to retire, they found their get of jail free card. You can bet your life that pretty much the entire fleet has personal possessions in their vans.


Conspiracy theory ahoy!
#10
thesaint
Absolutely barking - why is this a problem to the ninnies who run this company. What harm could it possibly do to anyone?


Where do you draw the line?


packed lunch on the passenger seat...............
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Alfonse
lol, the issue isn't the cross they're looking for a way to sack him to because he's due to retire, they found their get of jail free card. You can bet your life that pretty much the entire fleet has personal possessions in their vans.


I don't know a person at the company I work for who doesn't have personal possessions in his work van. If the vans don't come pre-equipped with sat nav and you have one attached to your windscreen, I doubt the same rule would apply.
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thesaint
Alfonse
lol, the issue isn't the cross they're looking for a way to sack him to because he's due to retire, they found their get of jail free card. You can bet your life that pretty much the entire fleet has personal possessions in their vans.


Conspiracy theory ahoy!


no consipracy, lots of companies in this climate are pressing down hard, to find ways to "lose" employees.
#13
Alfonse


no consipracy, lots of companies in this climate are pressing down hard, to find ways to "lose" employees.


Someone should tell him, because it has passed his, and his legal representaives by.
What do they know, when you've sorted it out from your PC?
#14
thesaint
Alfonse


no consipracy, lots of companies in this climate are pressing down hard, to find ways to "lose" employees.


Someone should tell him, because it has passed his, and his legal representaives by.
What do they know, when you've sorted it out from your PC?


i have no idea what you are getting at, are you saying that this could never happen and hasn't happened before!?!?


Edited By: Alfonse on Apr 18, 2011 12:12
#15
good job, i as a customer would be put off doing business with a co associating itself with religious nutts.

for example, imagine BUPA staff wearing jesus cross- no way i would renew my private health insurance- because patients would more likely get treatment according to their beliefs.


he should be sacked and never employed again in this country
#16
Alfonse


i have no idea what you are getting at, are you saying that this could never happen and hasn't happened before!?!?



Anything "could" happen.
He says he "fears" that he will lose his job.

I guarantee you that he won't if he follows the rules of the people that pay his wages.
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thesaint
Alfonse


i have no idea what you are getting at, are you saying that this could never happen and hasn't happened before!?!?



Anything "could" happen.
He says he "fears" that he will lose his job.

I guarantee you that he won't if he follows the rules of the people that pay his wages.


well you're the only one giving guarantees

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