Work-life balance | Ajax-Tottenham Champions League 'sickie' ends up in job loss

Ajax-Tottenham Champions League 'sickie' ends up in job loss

A fan who threw a sickie to watch Ajax play against Tottenham has lost his job after, according to reports, colleagues found out when his face appeared on television coverage.

Multiple news outlets are reporting that Dutch fan Jordie van der Laan, who is a footballer, threw a sickie to see his beloved Ajax play when he was offered a ticket by a friend.

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Comments (1)

  • Sir
    Sir
    Thu, 9 May 2019 1:17pm BST
    I never thought I'd see the word "denouement" grace the pages of HR Grapevine...........
    It is more correctly applied to novels, plays or situations, rather than being used instead of "the end date of a contract", but, nevertheless, there's hope yet.

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