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Worker cut from staff after knife incident

Employee slashed co-worker and threatened him again

No just cause if allegations aren’t investigated

Employer warned employee but didn't look into allegations of trying to move customers to competitor

Dismissal for excessive absenteeism too hasty

Medical notes should take precedence over surveillance of injured employee's outside activities: Arbitrator

Worker suffered unfair treatment but not discrimination from supervisor

Bad treatment by supervisor not related to worker's sexual orientation: tribunal

No just cause means right to recall still valid

Dismissal wasn't for poor performance and didn't negate right to recall for seasonal worker: Arbitrator

Verbal agreement on commission stands without written agreement

Employee agreed to certain level of sales commission when hired but no written contract was provided

Vandalism leads back to employee with grudge

Worker denied damaging co-workers' tools but evidence pointed to guilt
Cynthia Ingram, a lawyer with Keyser Mason Ball, explains to Canadian HR Reporter TV what the components of thorough workplace investigations include.

Managing an Aging Workforce

Best practices in managing older workers and generational diversity will prepare your organization for the demographic shift of an aging population
But Franck Gervais' employer should not act hastily in considering discipline
Our private lives are becoming less private every day and off-duty conduct can be hazardous