Taronga Western Plains Zoo defends kangaroo-punching employee

Taronga Western Plains Zoo defends kangaroo-punching employee

When it comes to going the extra mile, HR has a bit of a monopoly on the topic. But how far should employees go in the line of duty?

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Comments (2)

  • Reasoned Thought
    Reasoned Thought
    Sun, 18 Dec 2016 12:51pm GMT
    Purely circumstantial and based upon the infraction. Now if it is a company sponsored event with the employee off the clock and a policy is violated, then yes; a employee should be subject to termination.
  • Big Dog
    Big Dog
    Wed, 7 Dec 2016 4:28pm GMT
    I think this man did the right thing, if i was judged for my out of work activities, in my own time, i would never be employed. Good on you sir... A dog is a man's best friend after all!

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