Two members of the Gwangju Buk-gu Office kendo team dismissed for ‘sexual misconduct’… Team disbandment ‘postponed’

Posted Posted onSeptember 12, 2023 Comments0

 A decision was made to dismiss two kendo club players from Gwangju Buk-gu Office who were involved in sexual misconduct.

Gwangju Buk-gu held a workplace athletics department steering committee meeting on the 11th to discuss whether to discipline two players and the manager and coach for sexual misconduct.

As a result of the discussion, it was decided to dismiss two players for sexual misconduct.

Although they have already resigned or submitted a letter of resignation, a separate decision was made to dismiss them.스포츠토토

Since the players in question are temporary workers subject to the Labor Standards Act, even if they are dismissed rather than resigning, no additional disadvantages, such as restrictions on severance pay, will be applied.

The steering committee decided to re-discuss disciplinary action against managers and coaches responsible for management and supervision.

As the National Assembly is considering an administrative audit, it was decided to look at the results before making a decision.

The steering committee also decided to postpone the disbandment of the kendo club in consideration of the upcoming National Sports Festival and plan to discuss it again through the steering committee at a later date.

Mr. A, who was previously a member of the Buk-gu Office Kendo Club, was sentenced to 3 years and 6 months in prison in the first trial on charges of breaking into the lodging establishment where a woman in her 20s, whom he met at a bar, and sexually assaulting her, and was detained by the court.

Buk-gu used this incident as an opportunity to conduct a special audit of its players and confirmed that another player, Mr. B, received a suspended indictment on charges of sexual harassment in 2021.


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