No just cause on trumped up charges: Court

Employer ordered to pay more than $70,000 for exaggerating misconduct of foreign worker who was just trying to do her job
By Jeffrey R. Smith
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 05/19/2010

A fishy business

Employers have an obligation to treat employees with good faith and fair dealing, both when considering discipline and if they have to dismiss her. This obligation can be even more stringent if the employee is working in Canada on a work permit that significantly restricts her options of finding other work.