The Dismissal of an Employee Repeatedly on Sick Leave is not Justified When it only Disturbs a Non-Essential Department of the Company
An employee was fired after several sick leave periods, the last one of more than seven months. Her dismissal was based on the disturbance of the running of the prospecting and customer retention department that had resulted from her frequent and prolonged absences.
3Supreme Court, May 23, 2017 n°14-11929
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