Take a nap when the job is done, what could be more natural. This is what Adama Cissé, a Parisian cleaning officer who worked for Polysotis, a subsidiary of the Derichebourg group. Alas, for him, a passerby took his photo lying on the edge of a shop window then posted the image on Twitter.
In a message published under a pseudonym and very little shared, this “Parisian who has things to say” alerts the media (BFMTV, RMC, Les GG) and the Paris City Hall believing that her taxes “are used to pay cleaning agents to snooze “.
The consequences were swift and fraught with consequences, as reported The Parisian. This posting of this image on Twitter first exposed Adama Cisse to a bashing. After that, his employer fired him for “serious misconduct”.
The employer alerted by the Paris City Hall
In his dismissal letter of which The Parisian published extracts, the employer accuses him of having “been seen lying on the edge of a shop window. “He points to the fact that he” left [ses] safety shoes “and believes that” this attitude reveals [sa] will of [s’]doze off during [son] service”. Polysotis explains that this situation “has has been the subject of a severe complaint from our client “. The client, in this case, is the City of Paris.
The municipal services deny having asked for a sanction. They confirm having informed the employer of the publication and “negative reactions it arouses “wanting to be kept informed of the follow-up given to the case.
The employee entered the industrial tribunal. He explains that his team was early and that the driver decided to take a break. “He’s the one who decides when we leave,” defends Adama. Cisse even signaling that the tour was finished “on time”. As for the shoes removed, these are the result of a fracture which causes him pain. A medical certificate confirms these statements. The hearing is held this Tuesday, in Créteil (Val-de-Marne).