'Legal right to be boring' | Worker sacked for refusing to take part in team building days

Worker sacked for refusing to take part in team building days

An employee has won a legal case against his former employer after being sacked for not taking part in his company’s team building activities, a victory being dubbed the 'legal right to be boring'...

Consulting firm Cubik Partners dismissed the worker for being “insufficient professionally”, mainly because he didn’t get involved during company outings, which consisted of partying and drinking, and outside of working hours.

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