Misrepresentation on resume and breach of contract not enough for just causeSalesman misrepresented some of his experience and breached clause in contract but deserved notice of termination after not making any salesBy Jeffrey R. Smith11/26/2014|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 11/26/2014 A British Columbia employer did not have just cause to dismiss an employee without notice, even though the employee lied on his resume and had no results while working for the employer, the B.C. Provincial Court has ruled. In August 2013, David Lura, 61, responded to an advertisement posted by Jazz Forest Products, a softwood professional supplier in Abbotsford, B.C., for a lumber sales representative. Lura provided a resume that stated he had worked for 26 years for another lumber company that gave him “in-depth knowledge of the product, …extensive experience in sales and marketing and customer service and satisfaction.” He also claimed to have good computer skills. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.