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Of secret meetings by a trade unionist to a miserable job: selling them guilty of discrimination
Dendermonde Of a secret meeting, to a trade unionist Martin Christiaens “get away” to a “deplorable job” in the compostafdeling. For the Dendermonde employment tribunal, there are more than enough evidence that selling them is against Christiaens guilty of “discrimination on the grounds of trade union conviction”. The afvalintercommunale must Christiaens 13.000 euro to pay damages. The man will in a next step now also had his dismissal challenge.

The great assembly hall in the courthouse to the Noordlaan ran fri night jam-packed vakbondsmilitanten. They had to first gather blown on the Large Market to go from there in procession to the tribunal, and so vaksbondsafgevaardigde Martin Christiaens support. That was go to the court and stepped on after he was at selling them another job function was assigned to work with a very different interpretation than the driver that he was normal. Christiaens had to include two days per week cleaning in the composteringsafdeling, a job that when selling them staff as the most terrible respect.

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