Justice prohibits grocery network control outbound employees to the bathroom

according to union, Carrefour officials are required to use 'electronic queue' for bathroom use and notify supervisor in case of emergency, determinations considered degrading the judge Ivana Meller Santana.
11/08/2018 15h03 - Updated 13/08/2018 16h23
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The Justice of São Paulo Work (TRT 2) granted, no last day 27 July, an injunction prohibiting that seven units of the Carrefour supermarket to control the comings of the employees to the bathroom.

Second or union, the headquarters in the cities of Barueri, Carapicuíba, Embu, Itapevi, Jandira, Osasco and Taboão da Serra, the service operators and telemarketers are required to use “electronic queuing”, for bathroom use, expressing the need to use the recording name in the electronic queue system.

Employees also must inform the supervisor in case of emergency, among other determinations considered degrading the judge Ivana Meller Santana.

The company must fulfill the obligation within five days, numbered citation decision or there will be a fine of R $ 5 thousand per day per employee achieved by the rules.

Wanted, Carrefour said it will appeal the decision and “It offers employees working conditions superior to those laid down in legislation and in the collective agreement signed with the Commerce Union of Osasco and Region (SECOR).”

The decision was issued by the 5th of Osasco Labor Court and the civil suit was filed against the company by the Commerce Union of Osasco and Region (Secor) no dia 19 July. The decision may be renewed until the final judgment.

According to Ivana, this waiting time to go to benheiro can cause damage to workers' health. “This report without the embarrassment of having to explain to the monitor / supervisor their physiological needs, any intestinal or stomach problems and for the female cycle”, He said the magistrate in the decision.

Source: G1


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