5 things that should get you fired

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Puke Maserumule, a labour law specialist at Maserumule Attorneys.

Maserumule discussed five things that (almost) guarantees dismissal:

  • Theft or fraud

  • Gross negligence (e.g. damage to property, etc.)

  • Gross insubordination (e.g. telling your boss “Who do you think you are?”)

  • Sexual harassment

  • Racism

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