The only reason you get fired for something to do with catering (unless you are raping them or something) is because they are looking for an opportunity to get rid of you. That's the only reason I can think of at any rate.
If one of your colleagues punched you because his coffee was cold, should he be dismissed for something to do with cold beverages?
Punching, threatening and verbally abusing someone is assault. As far as I'm concerned he should be charged with assault.
Well, yes, he'd have still got sacked, if that's what you're saying about it not making any difference.
But are you implying that verbally and physically assaulting a colleague aren't grounds enough for dismissal?
He was justified! Do you know they didn't have hot din dins ready for him?
He's an important star after all and not having hot din dins ready for an important star should be classified as an act of terrorism.
Millions agree with me - look at the petitions DEMANDING the great one is reinstated.
BMW for one. Germany has been very aggressive in pushing green energy.
And just as aggressively building coal plants to back up the green sources. Coal has been a huge benefactor of the green push in Germany. Now admittedly these are modern, efficient and cleaner burning coal plants than what typically comes to mind. However the point needs to be made that renewables are almost always backed up by fossil fuels.
Expect some new nat gas plant to go up near Tesla too.
True. You should also mention that the coal plants built were to replace the older brown coal plants.
In the first half of 2014 Solar grew by 28 per cent in the first half of 2014 compared to 2013 and wind power grew by 19 per cent over the same period last year. brown coal generation is down four per cent and the production of hard coal-fired power plants decreased 11 per cent from 2013. Gas had the biggest decrease (preparing for the Russia
the amount produced by coal has decreased and renewables increased.
There's a pretty graph in the linked page.
The 2013 figure for brown coal was about the highest it's been though.
I'm keen to see how well Tesla manages this.
Letting people write the word "gun" on a piece of paper is very dangerous.
It's only dangerous if people were literate. banin reedin an riitin wud b tha eydeel solushyun.
If they can't see.....
In what year is it predicted that Germany will generate fewer kWh of power from coal than it did in, say, 2005? Will we have to wait until 2050 or something for this long-promised decrease?
This might interest you:
I would have thought Germany would have been better off closing the coal plants first and then phasing out nuclear but it appears to be a popular choice (still). I guess they weren't impress by things like:
In 1979 a report on the stability of the pit building was released by a working group under the leadership of HH Juergens which describes the now imminent scenario of uncontrolled inflow from the capping mass in the southern flank resulting in the subsequent loss of the load carrying capacity. The manager of Asse II in 1979 and his advisers categorised this report as "unscientific" and declared that there were no stability problems.
Now they have problems....
Trust is low I guess.
It's interesting that France is going to scale down it's nuclear generation and replace to capacity with renewables - cost reasons.
A failure will not appear until a unit has passed final inspection.