The employee is true to the Grand Hôtel for the violation of the parental leave act and claims of 40,000 kronor in damages.
It was in February that the man wanted to be free to vabba, but the employer, the Grand Hôtel didn't want to go along with it. When the man explained that he still must be at home to take care of his sick three-year-old to the head have made it clear that he in that case were not welcome at the annual personalfesten the day after.
with the multi-course dinner and entertainment, which many look forward. According to the union's lawyer is also regarded as a fringe benefit.
The employee took the news that he was not welcome as a direct consequence of its unauthorized vabbande the day before. When the nearest boss later in a text message, asking him to appear at a higher the chief's office the following Monday, he had had enough.
In the workplace is, according to the lawsuit, generally accepted that such meetings are only held when there is a question of a rebuke. That is why we chose the man to resign from his over ten year long employment rather than to go to the meeting.
the feel to the case and believes that the event is based on a kommunikationsmiss.
– the Person who the lawsuit is about was granted the vab. The default is the relationship and communication between the manager and the employee, " says the ceo.
the Company has not refused anyone to go on personalfesten. The initiative is taken from the nearest boss, she says.
– this boss has well acted in the heat of the moment and unfortunately it will be so, " says Pia Djupmark.
" It is not possible to defend such an event when we are a serious employer. It has happened and what we stand for, and I think it is good that it is here tested by a third party now so that we can get clarity on this matter.
the Manager has not received any reprisals after the event, but the talks have been held and the manager has tillrättavisats.
" I have not thought of. The important thing for us is that the merits of the case is correct and that a third party may take hold of this, " says Pia Djupmark.
The prestigious hotel owned by the Wallenberg family and Peter ”Poker” Wallenberg is the chairman of the board of the hotel. He would not comment on the incident.