Give the customer 21 cents of shrimp: coop dismissal commit but judge orders reintegration

Give the customer 21 cents of shrimp: coop dismissal commit but judge orders reintegration

A commission dedicated to the fishing department of a supermarket of florence was fired two years ago for giving a customer two shrimps – worth 21 cents – without letting them pay, having been asked to make an ‘allergic test.’ Now, after a cause, the labor tribunal of firenze decided the reintegration of the employee in the workplace and condemned unicoop to pay them 12 monthly, in addition to the legal expenses and revaluation. To make known the case, which embarrasses not little the colossus of the great distribution, was the ob union.

In a note the basic union union explained that, after the customer applied for two shrimps for allergic tests, the worker closed them in a envelope writing us over pen ‘for allergic test,’ without prepping the goods. After the trial, the judge won the number one ordered the soleop to reintegrate the worker.