Long-time employee bilks his firm over and over, surprised when fired01/07/2004|Canadian Employment Law Today Gabriel v. Cargill Ltd., 2003 CarswellSask 730 (Sask. Q.B.)Gary Gabriel was the elevator manager at Cargill Ltd., a company that bought and sold grain and fertilizer in Moose Jaw, Sask. At the time of his dismissal, he was earning $74,000 per year. He had been with Cargill for 26 years.In 1999 Cargill got wind of a rumour that some employees were committing fraud. They investigated, and one employee — Gordon Clark — confessed to having “diverted” $10,000 by taking money from customers and later issuing a return for merchandise that had never been returned. Clarke implicated Gabriel in his confession, stating he’d also been diverting funds for years. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.