A story that is literally going around the world and that sees a McDonald’s employee thrown out for having had an affair with a colleague, who is then also forced to pay a substantial fine.
It is not the first time that a company has banned romantic relationships between colleaguesa much more common policy than we can actually imagine that has always determined the management of relations with employees and with each other so that we can always act with extreme rationality and always impartial.
Yet, of the employees of McDonald’s ah disregarded what would appear to be a fundamental rule within all the structures that make up the global fast food giant, for which dismissal was also necessary.
McDonald’s: discovered relationship between employees
As we have previously explained, over the years there have been more and more companies that have strictly prohibited relationships between employeesi in the sentimental field, avoiding involvement where possible and in some cases trying to regulate everything if the people in question have demonstrated that they have always behaved dutifully.
In a way it had been so for theformer McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook who was fired in 2015 because he was discovered to have one romantic relationship with an employeedespite this juncture he had maintained a certain lucidity in the workplace without ever putting into play favoritism for the professional growth of the reference woman.
To make the nose turn up McDonald’s would be the fact that over the years the conduct of the man in question has not always been consistent with the rules established between employees, as demonstrated by three other past relationships with three employees at different times, triggering a fine of thousands of euros to be paid to the company.
The sensational scandal that shook McDonald’s
Fire Steve Easterbrookin a way, it really was inevitable for McDonald’s that it kicked out its CEOwithout any kind of afterthought.
To intervene on the facts involving Steve Easterbrook was the McDonald’s Securities and Exchange Commissionwho dealt with the dismissal of the man and who explained the due act thus: “Steve Easterbrook was fired for engaging in an inappropriate personal relationship with a McDonald’s employee in violation of company policy. Yet, the separation agreement stated that “his dismissal was without cause, which allowed him to retain a substantial stake in compensation that otherwise would have been forfeited.”
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