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The Ontario Superior Court of Justice found that a 14–year employee’s failure to provide a doctor’s note for her absences in a timely fashion did not amount to misconduct sufficient to warrant her dismissal without notice.
A male firefighter who was fired for discriminating and sexually harassing a female co–worker at a work Christmas party has been reinstated.
Recently, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario decided that it would have been an abuse of process to allow a former employee’s human rights complaint to continue.
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