Discrimination | Disabled employee fired 'for eating a pear'

Disabled employee fired 'for eating a pear'

In most circumstances, when an employee is dismissed from an organisation it is due to misconduct, for example, harassing a colleague or stealing from an employer.

However, one worker has cited allegations of discrimination after he was fired for eating a pear, reported the Daily Mail.

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