Companies should have a right to fire anyone, with or without cause
The company was with its rights since the employee violated the rules
They should have given a warning, but it's none of the court's business
The court was right to bring justice to the worker
Seriously, McDonalds sounds like a friggin' stingy-assed company
Aren't restaurants required to give a duty meal? Good grief!
There must be a lot more to this story, which we may never hear.
IMO, what is really wrong is the lack of taste of those who frequent The old and decaying arches.
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the court was right to bring justice to the worker. However, we don't really hear a full detail on both sides of the story. The woman could have made a ridiculous scene which resulted in her being fired. It's hard to justify.
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It's ridiculous that McDonalds fired her over something so tiny, but technically she did break the rules, so I suppose they had cause. I'm not sure the court needed to be involved.
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