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
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 10/15/2014

A New Brunswick seasonal park worker who was terminated at the end of one season had her right to recall breached when she wasn’t rehired the following season, an adjudicator has ruled.

In 2010, the New Brunswick legislature passed amendments to its Public Service Labour Relations Act that included casual employees within its definition of “employee.”