Bank manager turfed for ‘sexual fantasies’

Manager drank too much at lunch, acted inappropriately towards female staff
|Canadian Employment Law Today

William Shek was the manager of a Bank of Nova Scotia branch in Toronto, Ont., from 1988 until his dismissal in March 1994. An adjudicator ruling on the bank’s termination of Shek’s employment ruled he drank too much alcohol at lunch, causing him to act inappropriately towards his female employees.

His behaviour included:

•offering to perform an examination on his pregnant secretary;