Manager let go because of failure of organization to become a teamEmployer did not have the right to fire a manager who couldn’t get his employees to function as a team06/08/2005|Canadian Employment Law Today Hennessy v. Excell Railing Systems Ltd., 2005 CarswellBC 1164, 2005 BCSC 734 (B.C. S.C.).An employer did not have the right to fire a manager who couldn’t get his employees to function as a team, the British Columbia Supreme Court has ruled.In July 2002 Edward Hennessy joined Excell Railing Systems Ltd., a manufacturing operation which employed about 25 people. In February 2003 he was concerned about his job security and sent an e-mail to the directors asking about his long-term future at the company. He did not receive a formal reply, but was appointed to the permanent position of general manager on May 1. In November he asked again and was told his job was secure. 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.