Employee Off-Duty Conduct: Richard Johnson Speaks to CBC

Richard Johnson

Drunken, heated argument about sugar daddies gets server fired — but leads to sweet payout
By Liam Britten, British Columbia, CBC, November 22, 2019

KEL Partner Richard Johnson says he’s not surprised by a recent tribunal ruling that found a Vancouver restaurant did not have just cause when it fired a part-time server for her off-duty conduct. The case speaks to a growing phenomenon of workers’ personal lives raising the ire of their bosses. Read more from Richard in this recent CBC piece by Liam Britten here.

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