Periodontist raised voice while reprimanding receptionist

A receptionist who quit after her employer used harsh words in reprimanding her lost her case for constructive dismissal
|Canadian Employment Law Today

A receptionist who quit after her employer used harsh words in reprimanding her lost her case for constructive dismissal because the Ontario Superior Court of Justice did not know exactly what was said.

Elena Zlatogourskaia worked as a receptionist for Herbert Veisman, a periodontist and implant surgeon, for 20 months.

In February 2002 Veisman received X-rays, photographs and records about a patient referred from another doctor. Zlatogourskaia was sent to a photocopy shop downstairs to make duplicates and, because the shop had a backlog of orders, left the materials there overnight.