A former financial manager of the Irish National Railways was too bored every day. He only had to take a walk and read the newspaper at work. He thought the company was complaining about him, so he sued the court. The villagers laughed and said, "Welcome to Taiwan" and "Come to Taiwan to do business. Merit".
(The picture is taken from the Facebook page of "Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail")
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] A former financial manager of the Irish National Railways was so boring every day that he only needed to take a walk and read newspapers at work. He thought the company was punishing him, and he sued the court. After the news was exposed, he was criticized and kicked in the community Kicking Industry Square (PTT) sparked heated discussions, with some netizens jokingly saying "Welcome to Taiwan" and "Come to Taiwan to do meritorious deeds."
According to comprehensive foreign media reports, the social platform "Pit Kick Industrial Square (PTT)" reposted a news on the 2nd, which mentioned that Dermot Alastair Mills, the former financial manager of the Irish National Railways, attended the court on the 29th of last month and revealed that, In 2014, he provided evidence of the company’s operational problems at a hearing and questioned the status of the accounting project. He believed that because he stood up as a whistleblower at that time, the workload was greatly reduced afterwards. Apart from not having to attend work meetings, he was also not allowed to participate. Training opportunities hindered his chances of promotion.
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Mills said that he only needs to enter the office 3 days a week and work remotely 2 days. After going to work at 10 am every day, he is responsible for reading newspapers, eating sandwiches, and checking mail. However, almost no letters are sent to his mailbox. After lunch, I will go for a walk nearby for 1 to 2 hours, and return to work at about 2:30 to 3:00 pm. If I have nothing to do, I will go home directly.
In response to the isolation of his work, Mills believes that he has been "accounted for after the fall" by the company. Although his annual salary is as high as 105,000 pounds (about NT$3.94 million), he feels quite dissatisfied because he cannot develop his talents and value. Happy, angrily sued the company.
After watching what happened to Mills, many villagers left messages expressing different thoughts. Some people said, "It's an amazing job, it's so fun", "Envy", "Footing fish for too long is actually boring", and some people laughed and said "Come to Taiwan to do meritorious deeds", "Come to Taiwan to work, to ensure that the value is fully realized", "Welcome to Taiwan".