Injured employee’s dismissal not discriminatorySmall employer didn’t have modified work available and sincerely believed worker submitted false medical noteBy Jeffrey R. Smith03/15/2017|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 03/15/2017 An Ontario employer did not discriminate against an injured worker when it didn’t have work to fit his restrictions and later fired him for what it believed to be a fraudulent medical note, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has found.Pardeep Chodha was an assembler for Times Kitchen and Bath, a producer of kitchen and bathroom cabinetry in Toronto. Chodha was hired on April 21, 2014.A few weeks into his employment with Times Kitchen — on June 2 — Chodha was moving a heavy piece of cabinetry with a co-worker when he starting feeling pain in his back. He left work to see his doctor, who referred him to a chiropractor. On June 4, he provided a note from the chiropractor and applied for workers’ compensation benefits. 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.