A municipal employee claimed he was wrongfully dismissed by his employer, but the municipality claimed that no notice was required because he was hired only on a temporary basis until a permanent replacement could be found. Who was right?
In WSIB Decision 1180/14, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal of Ontario found that a proposed return to work plan for an employee was not adequate because it involved work that was neither suitable nor productive.
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