One of the common desires of many workers tired of the dull routine of the week is to get paid for doing nothing. However, this happened to a finance manager in Ireland who complained that the company was being paid to hang around all day.
According to the Irish Independent newspaper, Dermot Alastair Mills of Irish State Railways receives €121,000 (nearly R660,000) a year from Irish Rail. However, he complained that he was reading the newspaper and eating a sandwich at lunchtime. Work. According to the complaint, the company is paying him without doing anything intentionally.
An employee who is paid to do nothing demands follow-up
The fund manager says he was sidelined and paid for doing nothing on purpose. There will be retaliation for asking that question Accounting Company in 2014. At the time, he was responsible for debt control of 8 million euros and would have noticed some problems in the process.
In turn, Irish Rail says it took no action because of the manager’s dispute over the state’s accounts. Although he is currently getting paid for doing nothing, Mills’ will is useful at work. “If I had to work out once a week, I’d say I’d be thrilled.”
He claims that he has been prevented from performing his duties and taking responsibility for various tasks after filing a claim for accounts with the judiciary. One of the activities taken from him was preparing reports for government and other organizations. According to Mills, he is not even invited to company meetings and is deprived of the training and opportunities offered.
According to the information, the next hearing in the case is scheduled for 2023. What man wants is to stop paying to do nothing all day.
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