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March 2019
Mar
27
2019
PUBLISHED BY Arlati Ghislandi
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Legitimacy of dismissal for gravely illicit behavi...

The employee’s dismissal for gravely illicit behavior outside of the workplace, serious enough to justify disciplinary termination of employment, is lawful, since said behavior is reflected – perhaps potentially, but objectively – on the employment rela...

Mar
26
2019
PUBLISHED BY Arlati Ghislandi
TAG: ,
Unlawful fruition of paid leaves for the assistanc...

The dismissal of an employee who, while taking leaves for assisting a disabled parent, devoted himself to other activities. Specifically, the employee’s privacy is not violated if proof of unlawful fruition of these leaves is gathered by a detective agency.