Suarez bite 'breach of contract'

Suarez bite 'breach of contract'

Luis Suarez could be facing more than just a ban from playing football after his alleged bite on an opponent during the World Cup – he finds himself in breach of contract.

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Comments (3)

  • Davy
    Davy@ Michael Hunt
    Wed, 25 Jun 2014 4:55pm BST
    Bad grammar...pot, kettle, black springs to mind.

    And the "told HR Grapevine" bit - are you going to admit you didn't actually speak to the lawyer?
  • Michael Hunt
    Michael Hunt
    Wed, 25 Jun 2014 1:00pm BST
    Or, you could offer a more balanced view Davy and realise that these sorts of stories are a great way of helping non-HR professionals that we all work with to understand the relevance of HR and contractual issues - a method I use for keeping my LT focussed on this type of issue (even though they are not dealing with footballer-scale budgets and settlements).

    And by the way, if you wanted to be grammatically correct you should have said "actually spoken to someone" ...

    Get it together Davy
  • Davy
    Davy
    Wed, 25 Jun 2014 12:45pm BST
    You can only put told HR Grapevine when you've actually spoke to someone. The exact Glenn Hayes quotes are around everywhere.

    Again another sport story that has no relevance to HR departments in UK/global companies. If you're an HRD and don't know how to deal with an employee who bit someone you shouldn't be in a job.

    Get it together Grapevine

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