frolic and detour

Definition of "frolic and detour"
  1. Activities carried out by an employee outside their work duties that serve their own interest, for which the employer is typically not held responsible
How to use "frolic and detour" in a sentence
  1. When he chose to pick up a personal package during work hours, the delivery driver was on a frolic and detour.
  2. Her decision to stop for a personal coffee break while on the job was considered a frolic and detour.
  3. The employer was not responsible for the injuries caused by the employee, as he was on a frolic and detour at the time.

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