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If it looks like theft and quacks like theft…the employer may still pay!

While employee theft is frequently grounds for termination, shades of grey do appear in the case law.  In a recent case, the Ontario Superior Court enforced a settlement agreement in a wrongful dismissal action even though an employee had not told her employer of a loan she had taken from a social committee without permission.

 

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