Did he quit or was he fired?

|Canadian Employment Law Today

Brayley v. Dobson Collision Centre Inc., 2004 CarswellNB 393 (N.B. Labour & Employment Bd.).

Richard Brayley worked as an auto body technician from 1996 to 2003. His supervisor throughout, who owned or co-owned the company for much of that time, was James Dobson who, in testimony before the New Brunswick Labour and Employment Board, described Brayley as “100 per cent reliable and honest” and “almost like family.”