It loses 80 thousand dollars for a post of her daughter on Facebook
Girl violated a confidential agreement and disclosed in the social network the compensation given to his father by unjustified dismissal.
Today Tuesday, 4 Mar, 2014 theme
The imprudence to publicize on Facebook the compensation that would give his father originated the school to cancel the payment. (Image of context/SIPSE.com)
MIAMI, Florida, us.-the scope of publications on social networks have no limit and may bring serious consequences, as the following case that publishes the web site actualidad.rt, which cites as a source the newspaper Miami Herald:
A United States Court authorized the week after the Gulliver preparatory school of Florida, not to pay its former Director, illegally, dismissed a compensation of 80 thousand dollars.
This was due to that the teenage daughter of the plaintiff violated the confidentiality agreement prior to the trial.
The Court of appeals for the third district of Florida dismissed finally on Wednesday a compensation payment by discrimination to Patrick Snay, former Director of the school, on the grounds that it had violated the confidentiality agreement.
Shortly after that reached the agreement with the school, the daughter of Snay began to boast publicly on Facebook of the future compensation achieved by his father. The incident
The case goes back to 2010, when the school decided not to renew the contract of Snay. The Director filed a claim for discrimination, arguing that his age - now has 69 -was the main reason for his dismissal.
He also said that the decision was a kind of retaliation against her daughter, who was also a student of this school.
According to the Miami Herald, the Center and Snay reached an agreement in November 2011. The school agreed to pay its exempleado 10 thousand dollars in wage arrears, as well as 80 thousand dollars to resolve the dispute.
The school would also pay 60 thousand dollars for fees Snay lawyers.
All the former Director and his wife had to do was to comply with a confidentiality agreement and not talk to anyone of the conflict.
After accepting these terms, Snay told all to his daughter. Dana Snay published on your Facebook account, and therefore his 1,200 followers, including several students from the school, that "MOM and dad Snay won the case against the school." The Gulliver preparatory school is now officially sponsor my holiday in Europe this summer."
Four days after signing the agreement, lawyers for the Center notified the Director that you would not pay even a dollar, because the school appealed to the Court and won the case.
According to the Miami Herald, Snay may appeal the decision to the Florida Supreme Court.
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