カールスバーグのディレクターは、コビッドの間にロンドンの醸造所でビールの後に解雇されました

カールスバーグのディレクターは、夏にロンドンの醸造所でビールのために8人の友人を招待した後に解雇されました 2020 Covidの封鎖規則にもかかわらず, loses unfair dismissal claim

  • Martin Entwistle had eight friends for beers in London Fields Brewery’s Taproom
  • Employment tribunal rejected Mr Entwistle’s claim the rules were ‘guidelines
  • The party was a ‘p**s upand turned into ‘boisterous, alcohol-fuelled horseplay
  • A Carlsberg director was sacked after successfully organising a ‘p**s upin a brewery because it breached 封鎖 ルール, an employment tribunal has heard.

    Martin Entwistle invited eight friends for beers in the Taproom of Carlsberg’s ロンドン Fields Brewery (サットンの家で火災が発生し、4人の子供が亡くなりました) in Hackney, ロンドン北部, オン 6 六月 2020 despite strict Covid regulations having been enforced due to a ‘vulnerablemember of staff.

    An employment tribunal hearing, ケンブリッジで, was told that after dinner and drinks he gave his friends a late-night ‘guided tourof the London brewery which descended into ‘boisterous, alcohol-fuelled horseplay’.

    Their escapades were captured on CCTV and as a result he was told his behaviour was ‘unbecomingof a managing director and he was sacked for gross misconduct.

    Mr Entwistle, who now runs online retailer All About The Beer, then brought claims of unfair dismissal and breach of contract against Carlsberg, saying enforced rules were put across on an email as ‘nothing morethan ‘guidelines’.

    But the tribunal has now dismissed his claimssaying the regulations were ‘clear and unmistakableas mandatory rules and not voluntary guidance.

    Mr Entwistle had worked as the Managing Director of Danish brewing company Carlsberg’s LFB and Taproom in Hackney, ロンドン北部.

    In light of the Covid 19 パンデミック, the company had introduced measures to reduce the risk of infection at the site.

    At the time of the drink up on 6 六月 2020, restrictions had just been lifted from a complete lockdown, with the public able to meet up to six people in an outdoor setting and only two people were allowed to meet indoors, in both cases while being socially distanced.

    Carlsberg director Martin Entwistle (写真) was sacked after organising a 'p**s up' in London Fields Brewery in Hackney because it breached lockdown rules, an employment tribunal has heard

    Carlsberg director Martin Entwistle (写真) was sacked after organising a ‘p**s upin London Fields Brewery in Hackney because it breached lockdown rules, an employment tribunal has heard

    Larger gatherings were only permitted for work purposes, provision of voluntary or charitable services or at an educational facility where the gathering is ‘reasonably necessaryfor the purposes of education.

    Non-essential retail shops were not to open for another 11 日々.

    The tribunal also heard that in preparing for the return of a ‘vulnerablefemale member of staffnamed only as ‘K’ – the company had detailed extra rules in an email sent to all employees.

    The ‘mandatory directivesenforced in June included ‘no onebeing allowed to enter the brewery area ‘unless there is an emergency’.

    The rules added: ‘This includes when the Brew Team are not at work, and should generally be the case regardless.

    Their escapades in the Taproom (写真) were captured on CCTV and as a result he was told his behaviour was 'unbecoming' of a managing director, and he was sacked for gross misconduct

    Their escapades in the Taproom (写真) were captured on CCTV and as a result he was told his behaviour was ‘unbecomingof a managing director, and he was sacked for gross misconduct

    The tribunal noted it showed no one was wearing face masks, and that ‘at least oneof the party had engaged in ‘boisterous, alcohol-fuelled horseplaywhilst in the brewery.

    After the party, a number of staff raised concerns about their managing director’s conduct, and a disciplinary investigation began.

    The investigation found Mr Entwistle had ‘demonstrated ignoranceof social distancing guidelines and ‘failed to control the behaviourof his friends.

    Mr Entwistle (写真) had worked as the Managing Director of Danish brewing company Carlsberg's LFB and Taproom in Hackney, ロンドン北部. In light of the Covid 19 パンデミック, the company had introduced measures to reduce the risk of infection

    Mr Entwistle (写真) had worked as the Managing Director of Danish brewing company Carlsberg’s LFB and Taproom in Hackney, ロンドン北部. In light of the Covid 19 パンデミック, the company had introduced measures to reduce the risk of infection

    But despite accepting he ‘had not set a good example’, Mr Entwistle disagreed that his conduct was ‘unbecomingof the lead of the LFB operation.

    The tribunal also heard he challenged the ‘validityof the Covid measures sent in the earlier email, arguing they were simply ‘guidance and nothing more’.

    Mr Entwistle sought to ‘justifyhis entry to the brewery by saying he knew vulnerable staff member ‘K’ – who had been shielding for three months prior to her returnwouldn’t be at work for another four days.

    9月中 2020 he was sacked for his ‘extremely irresponsibleact of gross misconduct, and told he had committed a ‘very serious error of judgement’.

    Mr Entwistle appealed the decision, arguing that while it had been ‘wrongto take a group into the brewery it had not caused ‘any danger or risk to any employee or visitors’.

    His appeal was rejected and he brought claims of unfair dismissal and breach of contract to an employment tribunal.

    しかしながら, Employment Judge Claude Forde dismissed his claims and concluded that the Covid rules regarding the brewhouse were ‘unmistakablymandatory rules.

    The LFB is located under railway arches, boasts a 15-hectolitre (1,500 リットル) brew kit, があります 3,000 hectolitre (300,000 リットル) onsite capacity and, に 2011, was the first commercial brewery to open in Hackney in over a century.

    It was bought by the Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company for a reported £4m in 2017, and shut in December last year.

    Judge Forde said: ‘I find that the information set out in the [六月] email contained rules that were clear and unmistakable in terms of their intention and purpose.

    The LFB (写真) is located under railway arches, boasts a 15-hectolitre (1,500 litres) brew kit, があります 3,000 hectolitreリットル000 litres) onsite capacity and, に 2011, was the first commercial brewery to open in Hackney in over a century. It was bought by the Carlsberg Marston's Brewing Company for a reported £4m in 2017, and shut in December last year

    The LFB (写真) is located under railway arches, boasts a 15-hectolitre (1,500 リットル) brew kit, があります 3,000 hectolitre (300,000 リットル) onsite capacity and, に 2011, was the first commercial brewery to open in Hackney in over a century. It was bought by the Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company for a reported £4m in 2017, and shut in December last year

    ‘Staff working at LFB on the night in question for whom Mr Entwistle had responsibility were alarmed and concerned at his actions; such that they raised their concerns with those that manage him.

    ‘I find that the acts of Mr Entwistle while in the brewery and in the days after amount to a clear and substantial breach of the contract of employment.

    ‘His decision to contravene the rule regarding unauthorised entry to the brewery, his failure to have regard to the health and safety of his fellow employees and his attempts to post-rationalise his action after the event are all serious matters.

    '言い換えると, his actionsas I have identified individually and cumulativelyamounted to gross misconduct.

    The London Fields Brewery was shut down by Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company in December last year after it decided to sell the brand.