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Worker calls in sick too much for employer’s taste

Employee called in sick with different issue after surveillance

Worker not fond of employer’s direct approach

Employee refused employer's attempts to set him up to be paid by direct deposit

Worker fired for side jobs while on LTD

Worker accused of receiving income from part-time job and real estate job while on leave for cancer treatment

Bus driver calls in sick — from India

Driver's leave request was rejected but he left the country anyway

Truck driver who blacked out fights dismissal

Employer wanted proof blackout was from medical condition, not 'lifestyle choices'

Personality conflict and rudeness leads to termination of contract

Employee thought problems had been resolved but was terminated a month later

Worker gets testy over post-incident drug and alcohol test

Worker claimed others were responsible for accident and should be tested as well
Cynthia Ingram, a lawyer with Keyser Mason Ball, explains to Canadian HR Reporter TV what the components of thorough workplace investigations include.

Accommodating Disability in the Workplace: The Trials and Tribulations

Know the right questions to ask and the best practices for the sensitive task of accommodating employee disability
Employers must give employees plenty of warning and a chance to improve if they want to terminate without reasonable notice
How much is too much or too little when it comes to giving notice?