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Drunk on the job
A new ruling in Peru says that employees can’t be fired for being drunk at work.
January 15, 2009 1:47 by Aarti Nagraj
A Peru court has ruled that workers cannot be fired for being drunk on the job, and asked the municipality of Chorrillos to re-hire Pablo Cayo, a janitor it fired for being intoxicated at work.
According to the court, the firing was excessive because even though Cayo was drunk, he did not offend or hurt anybody.
What a great piece of logic.
Planning to re-locate to Peru?