Incompetent but not redundant
The dismissal of The Office's David Brent is a clear example of unfair dismissal and employers would do well to heed the lessons of the Slough One's ignominious exit, suggests John Keith
Fans of the popular television series The Office will have noted with sadness the recent proposed dismissal of David Brent by his long-suffering bosses at Wernham-Hogg (others may wonder why nobody strangled him earlier).
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